In Italy, Everyone loves wines from La Rinaldini.
What is their secret of offering great quality wines for years?
HOW THEY MANAGE MAKING GREAT WINES?
The first time it was staged in French oak barrels and acacia, it is the best wine of all experience. The second, completely underground, is a real champagne “cave” where they grind a bottle of sparkling wine and complete the riddle by hand. The same lie is that the wine cellar is aged in the bottle before it is placed on the market. In this century-old barn, once they relaxed the dairy production Parmigiano-Reggiano, there is now a tasting counter and point of sale, made up of ancient brewing equipment and farmers.
Production is entirely from their vineyards, covering more than 15 hectares, planted in alluvial soil mixed with gravel, stimulating cordon, with high density and low yield per hectare, plant with subsurface drip irrigation. To protect and respect nature, they use modern machinery to provide only a small amount of environmentally compatible pesticides. The wines are varied in composition, highly selected, judiciously over 60,000 strains, and the highest qualitative test in wine expressions, which can then be fully enjoyed.
THE HISTORY OF LA RINALDINI
Their farm was founded by the father Rinaldo Rinaldini in the late 1960s when he was managing a famous restaurant where he made handmade wines and sausages, where he served with the most authentic Emilian dishes.
The fund company is located between Reggio Emilia and Parma, at the foot of the Matilde Mountains. The love of the land, the admiration and understanding of the ceremony “Champagne” has grown over time, and this has made their family a winemaker. Due to skill and curiosity, it was decided to save the old vines, otherwise it was destined to be extinct. A few years later, it has been proven that a true miracle will be born from the land and vines that the wine culture masters have forgotten.
Even today, the company retains its family identity, in fact to manage the entire processing cycle, from grapes to bottles, taking care of Paola Rinaldini with her husband Marco and son Luca, who takes care of the vineyard. The wine cellar was converted from an old farmhouse in 1884 and is located in the heart of the vineyard.
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