Harvest

GOOD GRAPES COME IN SMALL CASES.

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WE ASK OUR GRAPES FOR THEIR HEARTS. BUT FIRST, WE SHOW THEM A LITTLE LOVE.

Who would have thought that even now, we still do our harvesting by hand? And yet we do. We know that using machinery would be faster and more convenient, but we don’t want to damage a single bunch.

It’s the same reason we use small cases to transport the grapes to the pressing centre, to prevent them from being crushed.

This is the only system that allows us to proceed with soft pressing and an effective separation of the musts.

CURIOSITIES.
Did you know that the year of the harvest is indicated only on so-called "vintage" wines?
Did you know that the year of the harvest is indicated only on so-called "vintage" wines?

When at least 85% of the wine contained in the bottle was harvested in the same year, we are dealing with a “millesimato” or vintage wine. Vintage wines come from particularly successful years, which is why they stand out for their high quality. In these wines it is not necessary to correct any roughness of taste by turning to wines from different years.

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CULTIVATION
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HARVEST
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PRESSING
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FIRST FERMENTATION
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CREATION OF THE CUVÉE
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BOTTLING
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AGEING
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REMUAGE
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DISGORGEMENT
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