The company is sold to its current ownership and Plozza SA Brusio is born, a Swiss joint-stock company that immediately gives continuity to that philosophy of quality and innovation that had characterized the previous fifty-four years
The new generation of the Zanolari family produces increasingly refined wines with a modern stylistic hallmark, destined to mark a new era, including the 24K with its pure gold label and the N ° 1 - Numero Uno.
Beauty and a refined design enrich the bottle celebrating the first Plozza's centenary. An extraordinary idea that comes from the pencil of Lorenzo Ramaciotti, the designer of several Ferraris, Maseratis and Alfa Romeos.
Pietro Plozza markets the Sforzato wine, an important product for the Valtellina valley once reserved almost exclusively for the wealthiest families, those who could afford to let the grapes dry losing lots of wine.
In Brusio, (Switzerland) a few kilometers from Tirano, (Italy) the 29-year-old Pietro Plozza quit his job in the Rhaetian Railway and decides to throw himself into the commerce of agricultural products, immediately realizing the potential of Valtellina wine.
Thanks to a significant reorganization, the Plozza Wine Group is created and the production is entrusted to Plozza Vini Tirano for the Valtellina wines, to Plozza Ome Franciacorta for the classic method sparkling wines and to Cottinelli Weinbau Malans for the wines produced between the Signoria and the Graubünden Rhine Valley.