Castellaro, Fittà and Tremenalto, three unique Crus born from three Additional Geographical Units (UGA) representative of the Soave Classico terroir.

An ambitious project, born from five years of work , research in the vineyard and in the cellar which gave life to 2,000 precious references with the aim of telling one of the most prestigious vineyard areas in Italy, characterized by a volcanic soil that outlines the hints of the three wines, each with its unique characteristics.

Castellaro, Fittà and Tremenalto : the three labels have deep roots, exactly like those of Alessandra, Meri and Valentina , born and raised in the Contrada Fittà, in the heart of the Soave Classico : ""I Luoghi" are born from a strong and profound desire to interpret this territory which is, first and foremost, our home" - explain the three sisters - "The three UGA from which the line takes shape represent the Soave in its most characteristic expressions, starting from the steep slopes, from the basaltic compositions of the soils up to get to the very rich biodiversity of this area, which we always try to defend through our organic approach. All these elements are perceptible in the three wines but in three interpretations that are unique and different from each other".

The line comes to life from three small plots owned by the company located right in the heart of the Soave area from which very expressive grapes are always obtained. To create the 2,000 references, the Garganega grapes, the symbolic variety of the area, were vinified separately but in the same way. The result is three original wines that are perfectly distinguishable from each other.

The “I Luoghi” project was born from research which, starting from observations in the oenological field, accompanied Suavia into the depths of the territory through the study of its geology. Professor Giuseppe Benciolini, a highly experienced pedologist who led the research together with the oenologist and co-owner Valentina Tessari, was also involved in this phase, working on three lands already recognized as Additional Geographical Units thanks to their peculiar and recognizable characteristics. and which led to the birth of the three Crus