The Villa Cardeto winery in Tuscany was founded by Mr Sabatino in 1900. In the 1970s and 1980s, the third generation of leaders of the family began to make efforts to integrate traditional experience and modern technology perfectly, carrying out modernization reform of wineries and winemaking equipment, and introducing high-tech winemaking equipment. This has succeeded in improving the quality of Portuguese wine, combining high quality with local style and making it famous in Tuscany.

This wine family which has developed for nearly a century takes quality as the first mission, and always integrates the latest technology into the wine making, striving for the high quality wine with distinctive personality. Currently, the winery has the most advanced wine laboratory in Tuscany to maintain stable high quality products and continue to lead the innovation of the Tuscany wine industry.

Ovieto is a city of southwest umbria, Italy, on the top of a volcanic tuff mountain. The site is one of the most dramatic in Europe, high above the almost vertical tuff cliffs, with walls built entirely from the same stone.

Ovieto and wine are inextricably linked. In Aristotle's writings, ovierto was known as the "wine cellar city" until the 14th century. Long ago, the ovieto excavated the city's tuff site, fermenting and aging underground, perfectly taking advantage of the humidity and temperature of underground rock formations. Modern winemaking conditions recreate the conditions of the ovierto cellars of long ago.

On August 30, 1949, ovierto wine cooperative was established, which was the earliest professional wine alliance organization in Italy and the predecessor of cadeto manor. The co-op was built in the lower part of the city of ovieto and has been expanded several times over the years. In 2004, it has become a building complex with bottling room, storage room and oak wine cellar, covering an area of 12,000 square meters. Since 2005, the wine co-op has been renamed "caedaitu manor", named after the area's ancient cannabis industry.

With more than 350 members and more than 1,000 hectares of vineyards, the chateau has become one of umbria's most important wineries, exporting to Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Brazil, France and the United States.

The caedato estate is a perfect connection between the land, the people who farm and the fine wine, allowing customers to not only enjoy the wine, but also get a glimpse of the beautiful local scenery through the wine.