The tradition in cultivation
Pruning, tying, peeling, thinning and harvesting are carried out strictly by hand to avoid overly aggressive vines and grapes.
The turf, present throughout the vineyard, allows to maintain an ideal microclimate as well as contain the excess water and improve the fertility and aeration of the soil affected by the roots of the vine.
For the control of weeds no herbicides are used, but the soil is worked on, improving and respecting its vitality.
The vines are trained in Guyot, a pruning system that allows lower yields per stock in favor of quality.
The grapes produced in this way will be healthy, of excellent quality and will certainly give a must rich in sugars, aromas and fragrances that we will then find, complexed by the action of fermenting yeasts, in our wines.