Vignagiulia, Pecorino DOCG is a wine that comes from the earth. 10-year-old vines
on land 150 m above sea level that goes down from the south to the west. Exposure that
leads to two simultaneous types of maturation: one allowing for higher sugar and extract
levels on the southern side, and the other which gives the acidic freshness and strong
fragrance of the fruit on the western side. The common denominator is the soil, mainly
composed of silt and sand with little clay and richened by the limestone which marks its
high mineral content. The microclimate that develops in this vineyard, surrounded on the
north and south sides by a forest and on the west side by a ditch, is conducive to organic
farming. In the hottest period of the year, from the ripening until the full maturation of the
grapes, the winds blow from the sea bringing notes of sea salt to the grapes from noon
until evening; then they turn back and the air, rst chilly and then nearly cold at night, cools
the grapes fixing their aroma.
In this spectacle of nature, man can merely work to preserve the natural health of the
grapes and the aromatic character of the varietal so that they result in a typical regional
wine. For this reason we hand-pick the grapes in small boxes in the early morning, in order
to produce the wine immediately in the cantina while the grapes are still as cold as possible,
away from oxygen and in the shortest time possible. The result is a fresh wine, with
clear aromas of the Pecorino varietal, robust and flavorful, fullbodied and longlasting, that
you drink and drink again, which you remember.
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