Our lands are exposed to the South, pleasant slopes at 170/230 m. above sea level. The vineyard updated over the years, has a form of espalier with density of plants equal to 7.250/ha.
The estate develops in the known Valpolicella, which soil are made by the crumbling of limestone-dolomite formations, basalts, moraines and river deposits of volcanic origin and for this present aspects of variability, resulting in a different water supply the screw at various stages of development and growth of the leaf and then during the ripening of the grapes. Each wine has its time…the ability to understand, the patience to respect, the constant care and the meticulous attention to detail make a wine a great wine. One example: our Amarone.
Aging is an essential step and at the same time the most delicate in the production of wine, to the point that is sometimes called “a second harvest”. It will access only the best grapes, healthy and perfectly ripe, not only on the skin but also internally; careful selection allows us to select only those bunches “sparse”, those with the grapes not too close together, so as to leave the air circulate.