The sixties were when Count Loredan, founder of the company, created a special reserve limited to few years. In Volpago del Monello in the province of Treviso , he chose to add Malbec to a classic Bordeaux blend and, thanks also to the microclimate of the area, he obtained a wine of the highest quality. It was Charles de Gaulle, then the French prime minister who particularly appreciated this wine, so much so that it was decided to call it with the office of the president. "Capo di Stato" by Loredan Gasparini is a Colli Trevigiani IGT produced with a careful selection of grapes from the oldest vineyards of the Company, deep and persuasive to the eye, berries and spacing enchant the nose. Very long on the palate with important but not too intrusive tannins, of extreme finesse.