The term grape harvest refers to the time when the grapes grown in the vineyard for wine production are harvested and brought to the winery to begin the winemaking process.
Harvesting represents the first stage of the grape harvest, followed by pressing and fermentation, which has different characteristics depending on the type of wine to be produced.
We can therefore call it the culmination of the cycle of work in the vineyard, but in fact it is an event that carries with it a much deeper meaning.
It is a ritual that has its roots in ancient peasant traditions, thousands of years old, where it has always represented an important moment of cultural exchange and social sharing.
Men and women came together to reap the fruits of an entire year's work, amid great sacrifice, loss and satisfaction: the harvest became an opportunity to join forces and to experience the feeling of belonging to the land that has always characterized agricultural culture.
Hard work was linked with a time of sharing and celebration that gave new blood for the future.
Technological progress has not undermined the historical, cultural and social value of grape harvesting, which has been passed down from generation to generation to the present day.
For us, the grape harvest represents an event in which the deep connection with the land and its traditions guides every step of the work process:
still share efforts, cultivate authentic bonds, and rediscover each year the strength of coming together to continue to believe in an area that has always defined the identity of our winery.