Kellermann is an independent publishing house founded in 1991 in Vittorio Veneto by Roberto Da Re Giustiniani.
The editorial project is non-fiction oriented with wide openings towards illustration.
Particular attention has always been paid to the quality of the book in all its parts: in the contents, graphics, choice of materials and a distinctive style.
Kellermann catalog features three main series.
In the well-known "Quaderni", dedicated to food, places and creativity, craftsmanship merges with a unique style and know-how: the texts are truly handwritten in beautiful calligraphy, the illustrations are original works created specifically for each title, each copy is finished by hand (rounded corners, painted edges, applied labels).
"Grado Bado" is the series about particular wines that have crossed paths with, and sometimes made, history; contributors are historians, writers, oenologists, ampelographers, chefs, academics, experts in the subject.
"Umano/troppo/umano" is the series on the relationship between man, environment and thought. History, ecology and nature, arts, philosophy, with literary touches. Important essays in an elegant and refined graphic design.