The history of the Attems wine family goes back several centuries when the Bishop of Salzburg donated a plot of land to Corrado Attems in 1106. Family records kept in the Lucinico family residence show that the family became interested in winemaking a long time ago, namely in 1764. The records mentioned wines made from Ribola and Rifosco grapes. Currently, Attems vineyards cover 79 hectares west of Gorizia. The climate of this region is excellent for growing grapes. At the end of the 19th century, this region was one of the leaders in the field of winemaking, the introduction and development of new technologies. In 2000, the Attems family began a partnership with the Marchesi de Frescobaldi, one of the most influential Italian wine dynasties.