Super-hot weather doesn’t scare Roero Arneis: harvest completed. Mission accomplished, despite the stresses of a vintage subjected to the constant vagaries of the weather.
Rain saves the 2023 season after a scorching August. Anticipated under sunny weather the Pinot Noir harvest. But now, weather finally cooler again: ideal for completing ripening of reds, Barbera and Nebbiolo, while Arneis is just ready to be harvested.
Too little rainfall: drought nightmare already looming over the 2023 grape harvest. Fabio Marchisio: «It must rain for a month in a row, in the Roero there are also insufficient water sources for emergency irrigation of the vineyards».
What’s so special about a biodynamic vineyard? Well, it’s on average more rubustic. Basically, it bursts with health. Typically, the plants are greener than their
Green manuring is an ancient agricultural practice that involves the sowing of pure herbs or associated which will then be completely buried.
Reinvigorating the vineyard, against flavescence: new vine shoots and ultra-green techniques, in the sign of the eternal springtime of the Marchisio Family
To renew, to be reborn: they represent a hymn to spring, the rooted cuttings planted between the rows of the Marchisio Family, in this period,
Exports start again, also in Northern Europe. And the Marchisio Family is back in California, with the ultra-ecological standards of Dry Farm
California dreamin’, sang the Mamas & Papas. But now, despite the drastic export blackout due to Covid, California is no longer a dream. At least,
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