A bit of history
In 2010 Enrico started producing wine in the winery that once belonged to his grandfather, in Cardona, in the hilly area of Monferrato. Taking care of the vineyards and producing wine are gestures that take him back to the time he spent with his grandparents in the hills. In fact, the reason why Enrico has decided to take the reins of the old winery is the hope of regaining contact with nature, with its colours and smells, and to believe that it will be regenerated also thanks to his commitment.
The vineyards, mainly Barbera grapes, are over 65 years old and the grapes are harvested strictly by hand into boxes in order to limit the oxidation of the must before arriving at the winery. The fermentation of the grapes takes place spontaneously, without the addition of yeasts and the wine is aged in oak barrels for 12 months.