Anche quest’anno potrete trovarci presso Piacenza Expo al Mercato dei Vini dei Vignaioli Indipendenti dal 30/11/13 al 01/12/13.
We miss you
posted on24 April 2020
Spring has arrived in Cantrina and we are enjoying the awakening of nature in a strange and silent environment. Nature is not stopping but some of our activities are and we are working in the vineyard and in the cellar to prepare a bright coming back, as soon it will be sensible and possible.
Italy is facing COVID-19 emergency and the whole country is locked down, but essential services, production and logistics are ensured.
Gradually every country is implementing necessary measures and we hope you are coping with them without trouble.
We want to tell you that we are fine and we are sure we will manage and overcome the emergency. We feel lucky to have the opportunity to spend the quarantine in such a wonderful place as Cantrina and we want to share it with you through some pictures, waiting for the time when it will be again possible to welcome you here and give you a hug.
This coming March, the new 2018 vintage of Riné, its second vintage as a certified organic wine, will debut on the market under a screw cap for the first time, and so we want to talk a bit about this type of closure.
We have been using this closure for some years now for Rosanoire, and since last year for our latest-born Valtènesi Chiaretto. We have found the results positive in terms of cellarability, soundness, and crispness, in particular over the medium- and long-term; our customers, often tired of opening wines that were tainted, have expressed full satisfaction.
Autumn has FINALLY arrived. The long and hot Summer 2019, which lasted till October, is now behind us. Now, the weather is inviting us to stay a bit in the house (or in the cellar) and is helping us to think straight….
That past season was, here in our area, one of the strangest and most complicated within recent memory. We found ourselves having to face conditions that were simultaneously both extreme and contradictory. The cold and rains during flowering caused a reduction in the potential crop, and two hailstorms in June and early August caused even worse damage, since they actually halved the crop.
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