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The Cellar

″Behind a door you go down to a cellar by a stair looking cut into tuff: barrels, bottles, here laying there upright…this is the place where every year hills turn into…WINE″

Equipped with the very latest in modern technology, always keeping in mind our tradition and history, it provides optimum vinification of the grapes in the best possible environment and perfect ageing of the fruit of such intense efforts. Each step in the winemaking process - the arrival of the grapes, fermentation, maturation, bottling, ageing and shipping – is carefully planned to result in the best possible outcome.
The birth of the wine The wine comes from the vineyard: nature give us her gifts, but the man has to transform at the best what he receives after months of hard work in vineyard.
There are four important steps, and we try to obtain the best from each of them
• The grapes reception at the winery, with the selection of the best grapes and the vinification
• The fermentation and maturation in steel vats
• The ageing in barrels, in the traditional underground wine cellar, at constant temperature and humidity
• The bottling and maturation in bottle , before shipping