The world in a Bordeaux bottle
Giulio Gambelli always told me: “wine is made in the vineyard”. Indeed, that has always been true for us. He also introduced me to the “three P’s” rule that should be applied in any cellar: purity, purity and purity. These are the essential ingredients of our wine, born organic long before the official certification became a widespread badge of honour.
Running a small company is a luxury that allows me to take care of every detail throughout all the phases of winemaking. I don’t like having too many wines, possibly made by selecting the grapes, some of which end up being less healthy and ripe. This is why I chose to produce only one Brunello and one Red, exclusively made with grapes that are perfectly ready for the job. The grapes I don’t like are simply discarded. My next dream is to make a cru, a Brunello obtained from grapes coming exclusively form the Bosco vineyard, my favourite one, planted in 1972.
“A laughing wine showed me the way. I listen to the wine’s golden advice, wine can sometimes be a staircase made of dreams. April, the night and the laughing wine joined in chorus to sing their psalm of love.”
Antonio Machado (1875 – 1939)