Nature is satisfying us with its fruits, despite the very difficult year worldwide. The work in the vineyard has been carried out in recent months regularly, considering restrictions and new regulations issued for the management of the covid19 emergency. This year we worked even more intensively and carefully to ensure the usual care of the vineyards and the final quality of the product.
From a climatic point of view, this vintage has been characterized by a winter with regular temperatures followed by a sunny, dry spring and a mild summer, with widespread rainfall.
The phenological phases of the vine have therefore shown a regular course. The summer temperature range guaranteed a good level of acidity, which is fundamental to develop the typical fresh notes of the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G.
The hills of Valdobbiadene are particular places where cultivating vines becomes a heroic act, a true act of faith and immense passion, because the commitment they require is really intense and difficult, due to the particular conditions of the soil. Hidden vineyards, far away, almost unreachable, cultivated by passionate winemakers, who over the centuries have laboriously adapted their viticulture to the conformation of the soil.
Harvest is synonymous of satisfaction because we harvest the earth’s fruits after a year of hard work, carried out with the passion and love that has always distinguished our family. An operation carried out exclusively by hand, both because of the very steep slopes and ups and downs that characterize our territory, and to allow us to make an accurate selection of the bunches in the vineyard. Once arrived in the cellar with small trailers, the grapes begin the first stages of processing: they are crushed and destemmed and then softly pressed to obtain the best must with which we produce the Dal Din selections.
A special attention and maximum control in all phases of cultivation and production that has always characterized our work to ensure the quality of the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. Dal Din.
The vine gives man the taste of the earth.
It perceives and then manifests through its bunches, the secrets of the soil.