Metodo Luretta the cultivation of grapes takes place here in a situation of constant hydric stress, which forces the plant to reduce the amount of water that fills the grape, reducing the pulp and thickening the rind; this causes the grape to remain small , which enhances the taste and flavour of its fruit.
The wind that blows through the grapes guarantees the bunch’s good health and prevents the formation of mould.
The daily struggle to obtain nourishing substances from the ground, without the use of any fertilizers, whether natural or industrial, allows the grapes to ripen in a perfect way.
Their interest is to produce bunches, not leaves.
The grape mast creates an enviroment in which it can thrive, otherwise it cannot go on living.
Little by little the grape searches the soil as it tries to find new sources of energy, deeper and deeper, thought the hearth down to the rocks, which are rich in minerals. Est. 1988