This project is driven by a desire to show how today’s knowledge and science allow us to produce wines at different altitudes and with different exposures compared to the past.
The main aim is to practice a truly sustainable approach to viticulture and enology that does not in any way disturb the balance of the ecosystem the vineyard is part of.
The study of resistant varieties is undoubtedly an important step forward towards modern viticulture: the agronomic characteristics of these types of vine are now widely recognized, and mark a promising step towards increasing respect for the environment.
It is no longer sufficient to produce quality wine, because – fortunately – the market is increasingly attentive to the question of Carbon footprint and to the approach adopted by winemakers to the territory.
It is the enologist’s duty to produce quality wines that respect and reflect the character of the territory they come from.
And this is the only approach that makes it possible to enhance the extraordinary diversity of terroirs Italy offers…
Total faith in this new approach to viticulture, the will to innovate and a genuine desire to protect the environment has led Vin de la Neu to form part of a new, resistant project…
RESISTENTI Nicola Biasi brings together six winemakers with the same principles.
We work together to improve the quality and the image of the wines produced from resistant vines, and there’s more: the objective is real, measurable, practical environmental sustainability, teamed with a high level of quality and unique organoleptic characteristics with a distinctive identity.
Resistant grape varieties are today the best and most effective way to achieve truly sustainable winemaking. Their natural resistance to fungal diseases allows for a drastic reduction in the number of treatments, which has a number of positive effects: no more chemical synthesis, less soil compaction, protection of water resources and a reduction in CO2 production.
It is thanks to this authentic environmental sustainability and the level of quality obtained by the wines produced that they are described by experts as “the wines and the vines of the future”.