The vine-growing tradition of the Valle del Sarca has ancient origins. Here, in a triangle bounded by the Sarca river and Mount Casale, the vineyards of the Salvetta Family are situated, facing south at 250 metres above sea level.
The two local winds blowing in the area – the Limaro in the morning and the Ora of the Lake Garda in the afternoon, tickle the wine in a sub-Mediterranean microclimate that is particularly favourable for the ripening process of the Nosiola.
The Salvetta family committed to the recreation of the soil and weather conditions of the historic vineyard through a return to organic agriculture (ICEA certification since 2012). The cultivation of the guyot with chestnut poles has been reintroduced: the typically low amount of grapes allows for a better ripening of the grapes, thanks to the excellent position.
The alluvial basin, surrounded by low dry stone-walls, is home to the wine plants, giving them the required nourishment in an extremely favourable environment.