Our vineyards are
our most precious heritage – cultivated over the centuries in areas known for their favourable exposure, climates and quality of soils – together with the acclaimed Ligurian vines: rossese di Dolceacqua, pigato and vermentino.
Our vineyards are our most precious heritage – cultivated over the centuries in areas known for their favourable exposure, climates and quality of soils – together with the acclaimed Ligurian vines: rossese di Dolceacqua, pigato and vermentino.
Our goal is to be uncompromisingly true to our territory and transform our vineyards into a unique wine that perfectly captures the qualities of our environment. We believe that a deep understanding of our vineyards, our grapes and of the appropriate wine-making techniques are key to a coherent interpretation of the terroir. An approach that doesn’t burden our wines with unnecessary frills but instead it highlights their natural qualities, respectful of a particular vintage and environment.
We see all of our wines as special in their own way – and we give them all our utmost love and care. This is also why we never stand still but rather keep ourselves in a state of perpetual discovery and improvement. It has allowed us to create an experience that today, as we carry on through new generations, has become tradition. With one consistent element – a genuine, heartfelt passion.
We offer three types of white and three types of red.
Here you can find a brief description for each of them. Don’t hesitate to contact us should you require more information.
Rossese di Dolceacqua
A ruby red wine with an intense aroma that presents hints of wild berries, cherry, dog-rose and spices. It’s slightly savoury, with a warm body and bitter notes. A perfect complement for blue fish, grilled or lightly dressed white meats, rabbit, stockfish and vegetable pies.
The Rossese di Dolceacqua from the vineyard that gave the name to our winery.
This is a rich red aged in oak barrels, with an intense scent focused on hints of pickled cherry, spices and incense. It’s savoury, silky and warm, with a slightly tart end. Wonderful with grilled red meats, rabbit and bird game, and goat with white beans.