Varieties: Mainly Vermentino and Trebbiano with dozens of other varieties. The vineyards date back to 1905/1908 and are planted at a high ampelographic variability.
Vineyards: On terraces with 11,000 vines/ha located in the Municipality of Carrara. The total planted area is about 4 hectares. The soils, with cover crops, are loamy-sandy with carbonates deriving from the breakdown of shale and mica schist sandstone
Training system: 100% manual management on Guyot. Treatments are carried out with backpack sprayers and wheelbarrows. No chemicals are used.
Harvest: By hand, medium late, in boxes and aided in rare cases by funicular rails. The harvested grapes are transported to the cellar of Fosdinovo (MS), renouncing the DOC.
Vinification: Total destemming, fermentation on the skins for about 3 weeks with daily manual punch downs. Ageing in 10hL ceramic vats.
Bottling: May, and release of the wines after another 8 months of aging in glass.