Given that “natural wine” is a commonly used terminology which refers to a category of goods not yet identified by legislature, I think it is worthwhile to elaborate a possible definition in 6 points. The land suitable to produce these wines must contain a clear environmental variability including within the […]
We were at the end of the ‘70s, a time where there was a huge gap between viticulture and oenology. The motto of some in the industry was even: “bring us grapes of any kind and we will make wine, actually, we don’t even need the grapes”. At the time, […]
Grape growing in “our boot” has profound roots (Enotria tellus: meaning cultivating plants tied to a pole). There are many archaeological testimonies: vessels in Syracuse, finds in the Po Valley and the Etruscans with their rituals and conception of drinking and cultivating the vineyard. The Etruscans even exported their wine […]
In this video, we remember the importance of preparing good quality grapes in the vineyard. We cover winemaking advice for producing ‘organic-natural’ wines.
The historical and cultural background that makes wine an important part of human culture and a farming pioneer is very current. Beauty is the leading player in vineyards and wine areas. Its economy depends on aesthetic and craftsmanship – profoundly diverse producers for equally diverse consumers. A production process that […]