AND ITS MEMORY
The soil has its own memory and its own history that tells us what it once used to be and what it will be. It has its own language that must be listened to, especially to be able to take the utmost care when having to choose what to cultivate.
Vines have the ability to absorb minerals and nutrients from the soil as well as water and this is why the type of soil influences the quality of the organoleptic properties of the wine. The different characteristics of the vine, in fact, mirror the soil and the environment they live in.
The soil is an integral and essential part of the concept of terroir, which enables vines to generate a unique and unrepeatable wine quality.
The soil influences in every sensorial aspect: from the appearance and colour of the wine, to certain aromas and determined tasting notes; hence why, I chose carefully which type of vine to plant on my land.
La diversità della composizione del suolo, quindi, influisce direttamente sulle qualità organolettiche del vino, aspetto, olfatto e gusto.