Growing Conditions

Schiava vines, cultivated with the traditional pergola system, grow on gravelly, medium-weight soils. The vineyards are located at an altitude of 350 to 400 meters above sea level with a south exposure.


After destemming, the grapes are then left to ferment at controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks where, after the malolactic fermentation, the young wine is aged for another five months.

Food Pairing

The Schiava is perfect for any occasion. With its low acidity and lightweight tannic structure, it pairs perfectly with most local dishes and Mediterranean cuisines. It is a joyful wine that does not require much contemplation to be enjoyed.