The low surrounding plains, formerly beech woods governed by the “Serenissima” Republic of Venice, embrace the “Tenuta Bosco Albano” farm whose lands, rich in marl and clay, are the ideal substratum for vine cultivation.
Immersed in a favourable microclimate thanks to the presence of an underground water table, the right exposure to the sun and gentle slopes, the vines enjoy ongoing wellbeing and yield a harvest of selected, quality grapes.
We follow the whole production process, from the vine to the bottle, fully respecting the oenological standards with no need for artificial alteration. Due to the fact that we use only our grapes to make our wine, we make the most of its quality during the transformation process and leave the delicate task of cherishing, developing and aging our wines to the wine cellar. It is here that, after having processed the prized “Pinot nero” grapes, the wine ferments in steel tanks and is then aged in the aromatic wood of “d’Allier” oak barrels.
On the other hand, some wines are refined both in steel tanks and in “barriques” casks to set off their scents and bouquets and to offer the palate a superlative wine tasting experience.