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Causes and Cohorts
Montegrappa's story is the sum of many parts. We rely on the support of institutions, organisations and collaborators to enlighten our own high standards of innovation, creativity and corporate citizenship. By embracing their unique perspectives, we enrich our own legacy: discovering contexts and contents that help spread our word. Learn more about our partners.
Since 2005, ‘I Bambini delle Fate’ (‘The Fairy Children’) have been active throughout Italy, supporting families with autism and other disabilities via social inclusion projects and paths that help young people achieve their potential.
Dedicated to environmental protection and the promotion of sustainable development globally, the Foundation supports research, innovation and social awareness programmes, both public and private.
Danish photojournalists, Uri and Helle Løvevild Golman, highlight the world’s most elusive wildlife. Their WILD Foundation takes direct action to preserve species and protect unspoiled habitats.
Under the motto Protect, Educate, Empower this globally active group of humanitarian innovators has used the power of play to help millions of underprivileged children rise and recapture hope.
Andrea Stella leads an initiative championing United Nations principles of equality and accessibility. His catamaran Lo Spirito di Stella is the first capable of being sailed by physically impaired crew.
The direct-action group headed by Captain Paul Watson has been a leading defender of marine life since 1977, operating a fleet of 12 vessels to police illegal fishing and other environmental abuses.
Capovilla counts among Italy’s most prestigious artisanal distilleries – a mecca for grappa aficionados from around the world. Its Villa Dolfin Boldù home has an iconic presence in Italian history.
The Miotti family’s lively locale on Bassano’s Piazza Garibaldi has been serving Italian gastronomic classics with a twist for more than fifty years. Creators of the Montegrappa Mule cocktail.
Located in an 18th century ducal palace, this jewel of Bassano’s historic centre is one of Italy’s leading independent booksellers, connecting a vibrant community of readers and writers.
Bassano’s Civic Museum is a crucible of local history and culture, and features the world’s largest collection of works by Jacopo Bassano (1510-1592) as well as a wing devoted to Antonio Canova.
Europe’s largest monographic gypsotheca is located 20km from Montegrappa’s headquarters and houses works and artefacts from the life of neoclassical master sculptor, Antonio Canova.
Situated within Montegrappa’s Ca' Erizzo estate, the museum’s exhibition rooms document the region’s military past and Ernest Hemingway’s service in Bassano with the American Red Cross.
Located in Bassano’s le acque district, one of Italy’s leading organic vineyards harvests hand-grown grapes on fourteen hectares of pristine land: home also to more than 1,000 olive trees.
Based in a historic 18th century estate, Bassano’s finest hospitality comprises a boutique hotel, winery and Michelin-star restaurant. Gardens spanning 6,000m2 offer the region’s finest al fresco dining.
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