The company is currently run by Giuliano’s four daughters. This generational change has brought with it a new managerial vision, but without altering the principles of family tradition: first and foremost product quality and promotion of the area. The commitment of the Bortolomiol women is not only to proudly achieve a female work outlook, but above all bring fresh femininity into the world of wine. For the Bortolomiol women, this means, above all, greater territorial awareness. From projects centred on a more aware, sustainable type of agriculture to greater focus on the entire production chain, femininity has become part of the company’s daily life and has been extended to other areas. For the Bortolomiol women, female excellence also means supporting humanitarian projects, such as the Benin (Africa) project, to integrate 60 women in the entrepreneurial world; the special courses for grape suppliers complete with assistance in the vineyard and the advice of expert agronomists; or the creation of a scholarship bearing the founder’s name; or firm support given to the Comunitá di Sant’Egidio and to the “Wine for life” initiative. The company’s future is expansion. Not meaning just targeting interesting markets to be launched on, aware and proud of the distinctive designation. But also an authentic company commitment towards projects of an environmental and humanitarian nature.