Pieve Vecchia is a vibrant gold color. Full-bodied on the palate, it is an explosion of fruity flavors with excellent acidity. Almonds and pastries notes on the aftertaste.
Since 1925, the Fasoli Gino family has produced wine and in 1984 they converted to Organic Farming Methods. In 2006 they went Biodynamic. The Fasoli brothers are farmers at heart and their love for their land is felt through their enthusiasm and care for its fruits.
The grapes are hand-harvested in three different sessions. The first passage in the vineyards to pick fresh grapes ensures we keep some freshness in the wines. The second harvest takes place when the grapes are perfectly matured and the third harvest is left until the sugar and flavors are concentrated in the grapes. Fermentation begins in inox tanks. The wine is then transferred to tonneaux for about 12-15 months where it lays on its own yeasts. The wine is then bottled and left to fine for a further 6 months.