Verdicchio biologico
Vino da coltivazione biologica biodinamica

The fate of the agricultural process is in the hands of the passing of the seasons. They influence and determine the quantity and quality of the production: by influencing the grape, they therefore condition the wine itself.
Our goal is to make the most of the unique characteristics that each year the passing seasons give to our grapes, offering a selection of wines rich in those nuances which, thanks to the unique evolutions that the seasons provide, are gifts from nature herself.

 

Respect and importance of the seasons

 

The different vegetative phases of the vine, starting from flowering to ripening and passing through the veraison phase, are strongly influenced by the climatic trend of the seasons preceding the harvest.
For this reason, our labels show the seasons with graphic symbols that indicate their progress during the vintage preceding the harvest.
This seasonal trend, and the influence it has on the vine and its fruits, determine both our work, in the countryside as in the cellar, and the variability of the characteristics that we will find in our wine in the glass: color, alcohol content, intensity of taste, olfactory, finesse and persistence to drink.
However, some aspects of the production process are common to all vintages. Among these, in the cellar, the most important are the fermentations with spontaneous yeasts of all wines and the low use of sulphites (three of our seven labels have no added sulphites).

Biodynamic production, organic wine

 

 

 

 

Organic for us is not a specification, it is not a brand, it is not just a word but everything that this term should summarize. It is doing agriculture starting from an idea of ​​land and territory. It is respect for nature in the awareness that agriculture is not nature and an ethical mediation between the intervention of man and the earth where nature would spontaneously give totally different results; where today there is a vineyard or a cultivated field there should be a wood or a simple tangle of brambles.
The word that sums up this approach most of all is: agroecology.

For us, organic also means respect for social relations within the territorial system in which we work and more generally respect for the economic context in which our work is experienced as a means and not as the only end. Unlike this, Organic is just a specification, just a brand, just a word.

Verdicchio biologico

The fate of the agricultural process is in the hands of the passing of the seasons. They influence and determine the quantity and quality of the production: by influencing the grape, they therefore condition the wine itself.
Our goal is to make the most of the unique characteristics that each year the passing seasons give to our grapes, offering a selection of wines rich in those nuances which, thanks to the unique evolutions that the seasons provide, are gifts from nature herself.

 

Respect and importance of the seasons

 

The different vegetative phases of the vine, starting from flowering to ripening and passing through the veraison phase, are strongly influenced by the climatic trend of the seasons preceding the harvest.
For this reason, our labels show the seasons with graphic symbols that indicate their progress during the vintage preceding the harvest.
This seasonal trend, and the influence it has on the vine and its fruits, determine both our work, in the countryside as in the cellar, and the variability of the characteristics that we will find in our wine in the glass: color, alcohol content, intensity of taste, olfactory, finesse and persistence to drink.
However, some aspects of the production process are common to all vintages. Among these, in the cellar, the most important are the fermentations with spontaneous yeasts of all wines and the low use of sulphites (three of our seven labels have no added sulphites).

Vino da coltivazione biologica biodinamica

Biodynamic production, organic wine

 

 

 

 

Organic for us is not a specification, it is not a brand, it is not just a word but everything that this term should summarize. It is doing agriculture starting from an idea of ​​land and territory. It is respect for nature in the awareness that agriculture is not nature and an ethical mediation between the intervention of man and the earth where nature would spontaneously give totally different results; where today there is a vineyard or a cultivated field there should be a wood or a simple tangle of brambles.
The word that sums up this approach most of all is: agroecology.

For us, organic also means respect for social relations within the territorial system in which we work and more generally respect for the economic context in which our work is experienced as a means and not as the only end. Unlike this, Organic is just a specification, just a brand, just a word.

 

If a man owns a little property, that  property is him, it’s part of him, and it’s like him. If he owns property only so he can walk on it and handle it and be sad when it isn’t doing well, and feel fine when the rain falls on it, that property is him, and some way he’s bigger because he owns it. Even if he isn’t successful he’s big with his property. That is so.”

But let a man get property he doesn’t see, or can’t take time to get his fingers in, or can’t be there to walk on it—why, then the property is the man. He can’t do what he wants, he can’t think what he wants. The property is the man, stronger than he is. And he is small, not big. Only his possessions are big—and he’s the servant of his property.

J. Steinbeck, The Grapes of wrath.