The choice of organic come from the idea of preserving what we have bought trying to intervene as little as possible in soil management. The great effort from the beginning has been reclaimed to the ground, trying to read the different characteristics to intervene in the most natural way as  possible in the fight against diseases.
We carry the roof where necessary depending on the seasons, we do not use mud as we believe the need for the vines to go deep with the roots. During the rainy season we minimize the treatments in both the amount of work and the doses of copper and sulfur, trying to be at least 50% lower than the limits of the biological certification. In the cellar we do not use selected yeasts, we do not use sulfur until finite malolactics. The refinements in large barrels are reduced to the minimum of the discipline.


From the beginning our approach to the agricolture was organic, in 2016 we decided to get the certification from Valori Italia ente of control because we thought was be a "good things" for all our coustomers.


Preservation of the soil as an important resource for vineyard management has been one of our main objectives from the very outset. Letting the grass grow and green manuring allow the soil to absorb more water during the rainy period and at the same time inhibit small erosions that take place in vineyards on steep slopes. We practice mechanical weeding convinced that this is the right choice.


The Nebbiolo grape is considered the "king of the LANGA grapes" for a whole number of genetic characteristics superior to other varieties such as aromatic complexity, tannin content and greater longevity.

[Source: “Atlante delle Grandi vigne di Langa” (Atlas of the Great Langa Vineyards) – published by Slow Food]