Early '900, beginning a century full of new ideas: Ocone Giuseppe, start Paupisi (Benevento), an important center of agriculture, entrepreneurial activity, mainly the production and trade of wine.
In 1910, realizes in Ponte (Benevento), the first winery; it is largely located to the road which later will be dedicated to him, and is close to the train station for the place strategically. Meanwhile, the passion and dedication have made him an expert, valuable point of reference for the agricultural reality of the time.
In the 30s began acquiring other wineries, first of all to Ponte Viale Stazione, opposite the railway goods yard, and involves his son Luigi, soon proves to be a good entrepreneur. In the early '50s, Luigi Ocone realizes in the winery of Ponte the first refrigeration system for the stabilization of wine and the first bottling line, in the meantime begins start the closing of the wineries outside the area, for the improvement of roads and means of transport. '60s years, dedicated especially to the plant and the vinification of grape varieties historical, such as Aglianico, Greco, Falanghina, Coda di Volpe and the Piedirosso. In the early 70's, joined him the son Domenico, who in a few years, the successor.
These, with Luigi Pastore, head of production, reorganized the company, with the collaboration of Carmine Ferrara, winemaker. In the 80 and 90, the new management, accelerated through internal and external events, is primarily oriented towards improving the quality with ever greater determination and characterization of wines produced, and its expression its most important is the realization of the cellar now, amid the vineyards.
Since the beginning of the third millennium, Nicola Pastore, Luigi's son, begin to beside Domenico Ocone, taking care of marketing and communication, caring with increasing attention to foreign markets, both traditional and new approach to wine.
One hundred years of uninterrupted acquisition of technological innovations, combined with experience and passion for the work, recorded a steady increase in the quality of production, as evidenced by the accolades conferred on it, both in Italy and abroad, confirming a profession love for wine that now overlaps between two centuries.