Molino and Paradiso Vineyards
Property located 280 m above sea level, characterized by silty-clay soil, has a fair amount of skeleton that gives an important anthocyanin content to the grapes.
This vineyard has a soil texture that facilitates the rapid drainage of excess water. In virtue of this, historically the name derives from the presence of an old water mill built near the stream, downstream of the aforementioned property located in Via Molino di Villa.
On the land, there is also the oldest vineyard of the entire company, characterized by the presence of ancient native varieties such as "Oseleta and Negrara" as well as Corvina, Corivinone Rondinelle and Molinara
|Variety of grape produced:||Corvina 50%; Corvinone 15%; Rondinella 25%; Molinara 5%; Other varieties 5%|
|Vineyard age:||30 years|
|Cultivation system:||Pergola Veronese|
|Plant density:||3.300 stumps per hectare|
|Soil Composition:||Sand 20.6%, Silt 54.5%, Clay 24.9%|
Photographs of the vineyard:
Graphic processing of the map "I Cru di Enogea - Valpolicella" di Alessandro Masnaghetti