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Artisan Wines

Emotions and stories of people transformed into bottles. This category showcases producers who have chosen to become true artisans of wine, where each label reflects the terroir and enhances the rhythms of nature. Sustainable cultivation methods that focus on biodiversity in the vineyard, which are used to produce organic, biodynamic, PIWI and natural wines, are based on the rejection of synthetic chemicals and increasing focus on authenticity. Discover our selection of artisanal and sustainable wines and choose just the right one that will give a unique character to your aperitif or dinner with friends.
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Award 5 Grappoli i

This wine has been awarded by the Bibenda Guide.

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Award 3 Bicchieri i

This wine has been awarded by the Gambero Rosso Guide. Bottle with original case.

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Artisan Wines

The combination of soil, grape varieties and man 

Artisan wines are different: they are produced in a nature-friendly way and are intended to showcase their wines, history, and production philosophy. Organic wines follow European regulations that set out a series of restrictions on the use of certain wine-producing practices and ancillary substances in vinification processes. Each certified organic producer also follows their own specifications, revealing their own identity and using wine-producing practices that align more closely with their personal concept of sustainable agriculture

Natural wines 

The term “natural wine” is often used but there are no legal regulations for this designation. These are born from a concern for biodiversity, rejecting the use of chemical products like pesticides and herbicides, and favouring old agronomic practices. Natural wines come from organic grapes from resistant, native grape varieties, with traditional agricultural methods. Both the vineyards and production facilities adopt manual activities and reject the mechanisation of processes, preserving the full integrity and freshness of the fruit. Fermentation occurs spontaneously, without the addition of external yeasts or special products. The only additive allowed is sulphur dioxide, but only in specific quantities and only when necessary. Thanks to these agricultural practices, artisan wines are the ultimate expression of the typical characteristics of the grape variety – simple and instant, and capable of stimulating the senses. 

Organic or biodynamic? 

As well as organic viticulture there is also biodynamic viticulture, which is founded on anthroposophic principles whereby agricultural sites are seen as organisms in themselves with their own individual nature. Ecology, ethics, social and economic sustainability are also part of the concept of biodynamics: a wine-producing company must operate completely autonomously based solely on the resources available. A biodynamic wine is gritty and produced in close collaboration with the territory and environment. It uses systems that go beyond organic: power, synchronisation with nature, lunar phases, and value of time. There are no official certifications that establish the regulations for organic farming and the biodynamic system, there are only precise rules for both systems. To be specific, the biodynamic system pays special attention to natural rhythms like the moon phases and flowering times, and has a calendar all of its own. The ultimate goal of every biodynamic wine producer is to make an ethical wine full of flavour, nutritional substances and with strong links to the territory. Homeopathic formulations are often used in the vineyards to care for the vines and make them strong, to combat diseases and parasites. 

PIWI wines 

Alongside these wineries, there is also a small selection of PIWI wines, which are produced sustainably from resistant grape varieties. These days, these varieties are synonymous with innovation and robustness, with high resistance to fungal diseases and reduced use of pesticides to preserve the environment. The quality of the wine is expressed in a totally revolutionary way, offering consumers the possibility of exploring new companies, and experiencing new tastes and flavours.