Reda has been making high quality cloth in Northern Italy since 1865. The top quality of Reda fabrics is achieved by a carefully controlled production process and an inexhaustible endeavor to perfect the yarn. This is why Lanificio Reda directly manages and controls the entire production chain, from the fleece to the finished product. The journey starts in New Zealand on the properties of Glenrock Station, Rugged Ridges and Otamatapaio Station, where the best sheep are raised for the production of the finest Merino wools. The fleece then goes to the Reda mill, in Crocemosso, where the manufacturing tradition has been passed down through generations. Fleece is made into fine yarns, which in turn are woven into cloth. As with other mills, Reda presents two new collections each year of cloth available for bulk purchase (for ready to wear brands), and also maintains a made to measure bunch with a collection of suitings and jacketings for tailors.