The Müller Thurgau grapes of the Vigneti delle Dolomiti Muller Thurgau San Thoma Pravis are grown in San Thomà area in Castel Madruzzo at an altitude of 500 meters on dolomite soil, calcium and magnesium carbonate with south-west exposure. After a cold maceration of about six hours, the grapes are gently pressed. Fermentation takes place in steel at a controlled temperature. The Vigneti delle Dolomiti Müller Thurgau IGT “San Thomà” Pravis ages in the tank for about five months and is then bottled.
The Pravis winery is completely excavated underground and rises into sight, completely surrounded by calcareous rocks and exposed to the sun and the wind that warms our entire valley.
Seated at the foot of Castel Madruzzo, Pravis winery is intended to be a new and simple symbol of the hardworking peasant culture, a symbol of the territory, to sanctify the identity of the community but above all of our philosophy of producing wines.
Every phase of the process of transforming grapes into wine at Pravis respects a natural idea of winemaking. Using the least technology possible: our grapes, once pressed, flow with gravity into fermentation tanks, then into barrels, then finally into containers for pre-bottling with patience allowing the natural elements of the wine to aid our intuition in the winery.