Reggio Emilia’s hills, famous for Lambrusco, are now exploring and reviving nearly forgotten grape varieties, as well as showcasing their potential for cultivating vines that have gained recognition in other regions!
In our 10 hectares of vineyard, traditional varieties like Grasparossa grow alongside sought-after grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as lesser-known ones like Malbo Gentile, Lambrusco Maestri, Sgavetta, and Reggiano Marzemino. Several hectares are dedicated to Spergola, a local white grape.
The land neighbors Acque Chiare Creek with Lavezza Creek. From the rooms of our Agriturismo, guests can enjoy the view of this picturesque landscape and take pleasure in observing the rows of vines, which in autumn, show off their incredible colors, offering a sense of peace and tranquility to this countryside corner. In this area, deers, hares, pheasants, and herons unknowingly become delightful inhabitants.
The harvested grapes, each type ripening at its own pace, are later vinified, giving life to our wines: Monterampino, Crepuscolo, Rugiada, and Notturno.