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Azienda Agricola Fiorano
Made in Italy
Location : Cossignano, Marche
Products : Wine made from Montepulciano, Syrah, Sangiovese, Pecorino.
Value : Organic
Website : www.agrifiorano.it
The farm is organic, and FIORANO’s respect for nature is its focal point. FIORANO’s 16 hectares of Marche countryside, on a hilltop overlooking the Adriatic Sea and the Sibillini Mountains, have been certified organic for more than 15 years. The land has been devotedly cultivated by our family, one of the first families in the area to adopt organic methods of cultivation.
A family who has always believed in sustainable agriculture, to protect the quality of the food produced, of the landscape, and of life. A family who believes that making wine is not just about crushing grapes, but begins with a love of our beautiful land, and its inhabitants. A family who believes that through the high quality craftsmanship of our wine we can express the best of Italian agricultural knowledge. Because wine is not only an agricultural product, but a whole life embracing culture.
To produce our natural and organic wines, FIORANO uses natural methods of vinification of only our own organic grapes, without manipulation or addition of synthetic chemicals, and with respect for the natural maturation time of the wine, according to both the protocol of European law on organic wine production, and other even more restrictive parameters which we have set ourselves.
The harvest is exclusively manual, in order to preserve the maximum integrity of the end product, to ensure that contamination does not occur in the field, and to avoid triggering premature fermentation.