The Winery

The Winery is a Family property since 1963.
 The cultivation is placed in the heart of DOC wines production districts (Amarone, Recioto, Valpolicella, Bardolino, Custoza, Soave, Lugana),
 on the slopes of Montecorno hill, in between Garda Lake and Verona.

The Sparici Landini spirit is above all, the love of our land with its vineyards and its olive groove.

The founder was a woman, Maddalena called “la Grisa”, who has proved for 40 years,
effecting a synthesis among the best of the rich tradition of many centuries of experience and the modernism wisely measured,
that a good soil hold a great resource.

The estate is 28 hectares, 22 of vineyards, 3 hectares of olive groove and around 3 hectares of park.

The harvest is exclusively manual
with a first selection of grapes, bunch after bunch, in the vineyards.

Wine aging, where necessary, is carried out in French fine-grain oak barrels. Wines so produced range from the classic DOC of the region to IGT wines, refined in “barrique”, both white and red
and the Spumante Brut and Spumante Brut Rosé.

From the great care of vine selection, to the moment we uncork the bottle, there is a long way to go. A long way in which we put all our experience and our love for vineyards and wines.

WINERY

Area: The Estate included 20 hectares of vineyards, 3 hectares of olive groove, 3 hectares of park.
Soil: Morainic and gravel.
Fertilizers: natural and organic.
Cultivation: without the use of any chemicals.
Vines:
White 65% (Garganega, Trebbiano, Tocai Friulano, Cortese, Chardonnay e Malvasia).
Red: 35% (Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, Negrara, Sangiovese, Barbera, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon).
Planting Density: 3.200 vines per hectare.
Average Production: 60 hectolitres per hectare.
Harvest: manual 
with a first selection of grapes, bunch after bunch, in the vineyard.

WINE MAKING

Vats: stainless steel.
Temperature Control: automatic, for each vat.
Grapes Selection: whole harvest is verified bunch after bunch.
Grape Pressing: Vaslin press machine.

WINE AGING

Barrels: French fine-grain oak barrels.
Bottling: at our Cellar.
Analysis Laboratory: Enocentro.