“What we look for in wine: beauty, colour, culture, pleasure and dreams”

G. JACQUENOT

1975

Two young people. Two hectares

Few resources. Some ideas

Much courage and a dream.

Pioneers in heroic viticolture

Produce a quality wine from the vineyards between Valle dell’Adige and Valle di Cembra, to be specific on the hill of Faedo – a hill which, according to many, was not particularly dedicated to vine cultivation. One day achieving a wine where chemistry is not allowed, where everything must follow a logical thread towards purity. Absolute Purity.

Pioneers in heroic viticolture

Produce a quality wine from the vineyards between Valle dell’Adige and Valle di Cembra, to be specific on the hill of Faedo – a hill which, according to many, was not particularly dedicated to vine cultivation. One day achieving a wine where chemistry is not allowed, where everything must follow a logical thread towards purity. Absolute Purity.

Day after day, harvest after harverst

These two wines were then followed by a Müller Thurgau of exceptional fragrance and finesse, and a native variety such as Nosiola.

“In a sea of ​​Schiava grapes,

cultivated in Faedo and sold to Alto-Adige to produce ‘Lago di Caldaro’, we focused on wines that are almost revolutionary for the time being: Schiava and Vin dei Molini vinified in rosé … fresh, fragrant , perfumed and with low alcohol content, contrast with a wine, ‘Lago di Caldaro’, which is often dull, flat and even sweetish, sweet, with warm and often oxidised notes, that were nauseating an increasingly demanding consumer eager for novelty”

Fiorentino Sandri