Campo Novo, Osteria Vecchia and Pisoi Vineyards
Located in the heart of Villa, at 260 m above sea level, the vineyard is characterized by unique pedoclimatic characteristics. In addition to the favorable exposure to the sun, the soil boasts a good skeleton, mixed with an ideal combination of sand, silt and clay.
This optimal environment favors the radical and vegetative development, without resulting in exceeding vigorous phenomena.
These features allow the vines to produce bunches of high quality thanks to the strong presence of mineral elements that favor a slow but steady maturation of sugars and polyphenols, substances indispensable for the pleasure and longevity of the wines.
|Varieties of grape produced:||Corvina 50%; Corvinone 20%; Rondinella 30%|
|Vineyard age:||15 years|
|Cultivation System:||Pergola Veronese and Guyot|
|Plant density:||3.500 stump per hectare|
|Soil Composition:||Sand 60.2%, Silt 19.9%, Clay 19.9%|
Photographs of the vineyard:
Graphic processing of the map "I Cru di Enogea - Valpolicella" di Alessandro Masnaghetti