The Peverella grape of the Vigneti delle Dolomiti Frizzante Massenza Belle Francesco Poli is an old, almost extinct, Trentino vine and is cultivated in the vineyards located on the hill above Lake S.Massenza in the municipality of Vallelaghi, cultivated in organic farming certified by ICEA. Multi-species manures are practiced to give fertility to the soil with the use of biodynamic preparations. The harvest begins at the end of September and the vinification takes place in steel. Vigneti delle Dolomiti Frizzante IGT “Massenza Belle” referments in autoclave with the Martinotti Method and then aged in the bottle.
“From the 2009 harvest, the Belle Massenza was born, which I created to enhance the Peverella, an old grape variety that has almost disappeared, but which has historically been present. Following the sparkling process in autoclave, I wanted to introduce the Family Method by refermenting the same wine with the addition of Vino Santo must. Trentino. With the 2014 harvest the same vinification I reported on the slave “. Alessandro Poli.
The Francesco Poli Winery is located in Santa Massenza: the southern climate meets the continental one, the Mediterranean plants coexist with the alpine ones. It is in this small town of renowned wine-growing and distillation tradition that the Agricultural Company and the Distillery of Francesco and Alessandro Poli are located. Since 1998 the vineyards have been cultivated in organic farming, and for some years biodynamic farming techniques have been used.