Organic Wine: The ultimate choice


The organic method’s application brings a significant added value to the production of quality wines and is a clear sign of a greater awareness of local heritage’s protection. Our grapes’ care is focused, unlike what is done by firms which don’t apply the organic method, on the abolition of pesticides which tend to disrupt and damage the natural balance needed to produce the best fruits of the land.

Once the grapes have reached organoleptic maturity, the harvest takes place in mid-September and the vinification process, in compliance with the parameters established by the regulations issued by the Protection Consortium, doesn’t include partial cold concentration or the elimination of sulphur dioxide using physical procedures, so as to offer wines of higher quality and which have a positive impact on people’s health.

Organic Agricolture


The firm’s choice to adopt organic agriculture’s methods is the consequence of the will to safeguard and enhance natural sources, providing a healthy consumption option to people.

Our organic wine comes from a grape-growing method which respects the dictates contained in EC Regulations 834/07 and 889/08, under which synthetic chemical products in the vineyard are abolished, as they tend to weaken and affect the balance required to produce outstanding grapes.

In addition, the new EU Regulation has come into force since 1 August 2012. It details organic winemaking techniques and oenological helps and allows the label to state “organic wine”, replacing the previous “wine made from organic grapes”.


The organic choice

The organic method’s application brings a significant added value to the production of quality wines and is a clear sign of a greater awareness of local heritage’s protection.

Our grapes’ care is focused, unlike what is done by firms which don’t apply the organic method, on the abolition of pesticides which tend to disrupt and damage the natural balance needed to produce the best fruits of the land.

Once the grapes have reached organoleptic maturity, the harvest takes place in mid-September and the vinification process, in compliance with the parameters established by the regulations issued by the Protection Consortium, doesn’t include partial cold concentration or the elimination of sulphur dioxide using physical procedures, so as to offer wines of higher quality and which have a positive impact on people’s health.

In addition, the new EU Regulation has come into force since 1 August 2012. It details organic winemaking techniques and oenological helps and allows the label to state “organic wine”, replacing the previous “wine made from organic grapes”.


Our wines


Pinot
Grigio delle Venezie DOC

€ 11,90

Organic wine

Intense straw yellow in colour, inebriated with fruity aromas with hints of peach and apricot, enlivened by tropical fruit aromas and notes of wild flowers. Dry, full and velvety on the palate. Pleasantly persistent flavour.

Merlot
Veneto IGT

€ 10,90

Organic wine

With its intense and brilliant ruby colour, Merlot is defined by hints of red fruit, strawberry, blackberry and violet. The flavour is warm, harmonious, persistent and velvety with ageing.