The wines of Emilia, on the right bank of the Po, have regained a somewhat forgotten prestige within the immense production of Italy. Thanks to a handful of winegrowers driven by a taste for authenticity and naturalness, the traditions of old wine-growing areas, with their grape varieties and their methods of winemaking, are experiencing a renaissance.
Tradition, expression of the terroir and demand for “naturalness”, this is the leitmotif of Massimiliano Croci, 3rd generation of winegrowers on the family estate located in the Plaisance region. Excluding any chemical treatment and any adjuvant, he thus endeavors to produce wines "on the lees" with a refermentation in the bottle (bottled in the spring) after a maceration of 8 to 15 days depending on the cuvées. Thus are born “spontaneamente frizzante” white wines with a strong character.