The soils of Marzemino
Marzemino grapes are cultivated on the best soils created by the erosive action of the glaciers, which have formed gentle hills and fertile promontories as they've passed through, and in the best exposures facilitated by the particular orientation of the valleys, allowing this variety to express its potential to the full, reaching the right ripeness, creating wines with gentle aromas and harmonious flavors.
Cultivated in the classic Trentino pergola, Marzemino is a vine that requires long pruning and its young, green shoots are very fragile and sensitive to the effect of the wind. Only the skilful work of the winegrower, through patient tying and arrangement of the shoots, can select the best shoots for grape production.
Marzemino is a joyful, lively, uncomplicated wine with immediate pleasure. The unusual plains and the climate mildened by the lake breezes make it straightforward, fragrant and friendly. Crisp as a cherry, it smells of pomegranate, morello cherry and aubergine. Celebrated in Mozart's "Don Giovanni" for its excellent qualities, it is a particularly pleasant wine for its "fruitiness" and elegance.