what organic means

To never use any chemicals, either in the vineyards or during the wine making process.

The health of the vines is something of utmost importance: if properly nourished, they’ll grow strong and resilient.

Taking good care of the land requires a skillful hand and a considerable experience: we grow nitrogen-rich plants between every row of vines to provide nourishment and maintain soil that is perfectly balanced.

“If respected, the land will give you much more than you expect. By means of organic agriculture it is possible to make better, more ‘authentic’ wines and to recover the lost identities of the many grape varieties: the lean – edged taste of Dolcetto, the slight acidity of Barbera, the rich bouquet of Chardonnay burst out from our revived vineyards.”