Who We Are:
In July of 2017 while on a family vacation hiking out West, Angelo & Amy Falcone and family including Amy’s sister Angie McNally shared a meal at a remote road side restaurant that was sandwiched between two mountain ranges. During the meal, the Chef owner introduced himself and provided insight and education about where the food they were enjoying was grown. Surprised and delighted the Falcone family learned that all the food was grown on the property in an Aquaponics greenhouse, including the fish. This inspired an idea for reconnecting with farming and being able to offer others a similar delicious experience and education.
In September of 2017 Angelo & Amy Falcone purchased 103 acre farm formerly known as Bon Secours. With an appetite for fresh delicious local food, a mindset of giving back to community and a strong desire to leave a legacy for their five children, the Falcone’s appropriately named their property Bella Vita Farm.
Angelo & Amy both have enjoyed successful careers in business. Amy along with her sister Angie McNally decided to join together their talents, experiences, families, passions and business acumen and return to their childhood roots of farming.
The result is the business of Bella Vita Farm and a single vision refined and in motion: create a legacy influenced by growth, cultivated by hand, lovingly nourished, expressed with gratitude and shared with many.
The sisters operate the day-to-day functions of the farm as well as planning and delivering, wholesome farm goodness and memorable gatherings.