The form of cultivation is the classic Veronese pergola and the most produced grape is Garganega, especially in the hilly area called “Farinaldi”. It is an area characterized by gentle slopes punctuated in spring by the white inflorescences of the cherry trees and dominated by what remains of the ancient medieval woods, where in the evening furtive families of foxes slink out of their dens, as for controlling the exact execution of the rural works made during the day by winemakers. Downstream, just at the beginning of the hill, the old winery stands, transformed into a structure equipped with cutting-edge technology.
New vineyards have expanded the range of traditional products, such as pinot grigio, cabernet, merlot and prosecco. The winemaking success, first of the grandfather then the father, is our proud and still encourages young heirs, who offer consumers high quality products rich in history and poetry.