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There are unmissable wines..

Esistono vini imperdibili..

Gaston Chiquet - Champagne

Nicolas Chiquet cultivates 23 splendid hectares in the Valle de la Marne in the villages of Ay, Dizy, Hautvillers and Mareuil-sur-Ay. All grapes come from premier and grand cru soils. Nicolas does not use any oak barrels for aging at the Maison Gaston Chiquet. In fact, he believes that the concentration, the ripeness of the fruit and the malolactic fermentation give sufficient body and structure to make the aging in cask superfluous. A very interesting and widely shared philosophy in the field of sparkling wine production.

“In 1919, two brothers, Fernand and Gaston Chiquet - born and bred winemakers - came together to create their Chiquet Brothers house. They were "pioneers" in Champagne, the first winemakers to take the initiative, daring at the time, to conserve their grapes, transform them into Champagne and sell their own wine. Nicolas Chiquet planted his first vines in 1746 and since then eight generations have worked the land of Dizy. Gaston Chiquet registered the company in 1935 and expanded the property with land in Aÿ, Cumières and Hautvillers. Gaston Chiquet is best known for preparing the only blanc de blancs of the Pinot de Aÿ village.”

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Vadiaperti Winery - Campania

Montefredane, a hill in Campania, became famous thanks to the work of the Cantina Aipierti which in the 1980s put on the market some wines considered extraordinary for their quality and aromatic precision. Today Montefredane is one of the reference points for drinking an excellent white wine from Campania and thus being able to savor one of the true essences of the hills of southern Italy. Fiano is planted on clayey soil, while Greco is instead in the Montefusco district, at an altitude of 600 metres. The mild Mediterranean climate, the volcanic origins of the soil and its tuffaceous characteristics make this territory highly suited for viticulture.

NB Characteristics of the area:

The territory of Irpinia is particularly suitable for the production of wine. The area is predominantly mountainous and hilly. The location is strategic from both a pedological and climatic point of view. In fact we are a few kilometers from the sea of ​​Vietri, and we are also at the foot of the Apennines. The land winds, the Mistral and the Tramontana alternate with those of the sea, the Libeccio, the Ostro and the Scirocco. The result is a unique Irpinia microclimate. An intriguing place that is worth a visit!

Marino Lanzini - Valtellina

The company, which bears his name, was founded in 2015. For him, Nebbiolo means family tradition: his family is closely tied to our land. They have always practiced activities such as agriculture, breeding, cultivation of fruit and cereals but above all of the vine, the Nebbiolo. A story of passion, love and dedication; values ​​transmitted to Marino who, having grown up in close contact with nature and the territory, decided to continue his studies in agriculture and then follow his roots by renovating the family cellar in the historic center of Ponte in Valtellina. It is right here that, remaining faithful to the ancient traditions, his wines are born.

 The vineyards and the cellar:

To date it cultivates about two hectares of vineyards, arranged on the terraces of the Rhaetian side of the middle Valtellina between the municipalities of Ponte in Valtellina, Tresivio and Castionetto di Chiuro. From these plots of land supported by dry stone walls overhanging the valley floor, the grapes of the Nebbiolo vine are born. The bunches are carefully chosen and selected at the time of harvest. Then, they are transported to the cellar for processing and vinification in oak and chestnut vats.

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