Viniculture

Viniculture is a love for wine, the land on which vines grow, their fruit, and the art of transforming grapes into wine.

PURE LOVE OF THE LAND, VINES AND WINE

Viniculture is a love for wine, the land on which vines grow, their fruit, and the art of transforming grapes into wine. A love of things well done leads us to take special care with our work in the vineyards, aimed at achieving maximum quality grapes at every vintage, well aware that this is the basic starting point for creating wines that reflect elegance and balance.

CULTIVATING EXCELLENCE, RIGHT FROM THE START

A year-long journey: a commitment through the four seasons that rewards us with the fruit of our vines; the grapes that will give us wine.

All agricultural operations, from vineyard management to all necessary jobs, take place respecting nature and its integrity, incorporating traditional know-how with the most modern methods and technologies.

LOOKING TO THE FUTURE, PRESERVING THE PAST

Respect for our raw materials derives from close ties to the world of vines and its history. This is the concept on which our philosophy is based: we wish to preserve and enhance our oldest vineyards whose fruits integrate and preserve the characteristics of our unique terroir, and bring them to our wine.

An uncompromising pursuit of quality guides our every step and passion makes us strive for it.

IN OUR VINEYARDS: A YEAR-LONG JOURNEY

A year in the vineyard: a year of people, expectations and joy.

We want to share this journey with everyone, and be rewarded with the fruit of the vine.

JANUARY

PRUNING

In winter, when vine vegetation is suspended, farmers’ hands decide how the plant will develop by giving it a certain shape that will regulate its production for the next harvest.

FEBRUARY

PRUNING

In winter, when vine vegetation is suspended, farmers’ hands decide how the plant will develop by giving it a certain shape that will regulate its production for the next harvest.

MARCH

VINE TEARS

The first timid appearance of spring awakens plants from their winter torpor and vegetation begins, evident from the sap oozing like tears from the recently pruned branches. Approximately one month after this magnificent natural phenomenon the plant produces shoots.

APRIL

FIRST BUDS APPEAR

The vines continue to vegetate and the shoots begin to open, producing the first buds. At this time vegetation quickly develops into the early summer, decking the magnificent landscape in green.

MAY

FIRST BUDS APPEAR

The vines continue to vegetate and the shoots begin to open, producing the first buds. At this time vegetation quickly develops into the early summer, decking the magnificent landscape in green.

JUNE

FLOWERING

Life unfolds and flowers begin to form. The closed vine blossoms open up to the light and begin the long stage that leads to the ripe fruit.

JULY

FRUIT SET AND BERRY FORMATION

The warm light of early summer illuminates the vine’s natural evolution: the fertilised flower turns into fruit, still green and hidden among the leaves, where it begins growth that will continue throughout the summer.

AUGUST

VÉRAISON:

The fruit starts to gradually develop its typical pigmentation, from the bright yellow of white berry grapes to the deep red of red berry varieties. This is the prelude to fruit ripening.

SEPTEMBER

HARVEST

When the grapes are fully ripe, having reached the right balance of sugar and acidity, the eagerly awaited harvest begins. The late summer air is filled with the scent of wine, happiness and excitement

OCTOBER

LEAVES FALL

In autumn temperatures begin to drop. The vine leaves colour the landscape with red, ochre and bronze and then begin to fall, starting the vine’s deep dormant winter stage.

NOVEMBER

LEAVES FALL

In autumn temperatures begin to drop. The vine leaves colour the landscape with red, ochre and bronze and then begin to fall, starting the vine’s deep dormant winter stage.

DECEMBER

vegetation dormant

Harsh winter temperatures keep vine vegetation dormant, but only apparently: nature ‘talks’ earnestly to plants through the soil; what seems like exterior inactivity is in effect interior concentration.

News

AUTOCHTONA AWARD 2020

Massimo riconoscimento per il nostro Lison Classico DOCG ad Autochtona Award 2020! Un premio per raccontare al meglio le storie e le identità delle cantine che valorizzano il loro territorio di origine ed il patrimonio dei vitigni autoctoni italiani.

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MERANO WINE FESTIVAL 2020

È una grande soddisfazione ricevere il Diploma di Eccellenza The WineHunter per i due vini più rappresentativi del nostro territorio: Lison Classico DOCG e Cabernet Franc "Selezione".
Il Merano WineFestival rappresenta uno degli eventi eno-gastronomici più prestigiosi d’Europa, punto di riferimento per i prodotti di eccellenza del nostro Paese.
Ci vediamo a Merano dal 6 al 10 Novembre!

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IL NOSTRO VINO A CASA TUA

In questo momento vogliamo essere vicini a tutti i nostri clienti.
Rimani a casa, il vino te lo portiamo noi!

Per informazioni e ordini:

📞 Chiama il numero 0421 799314
📧 Scrivi a vendite@aigalli.it

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GUIDA VINIBUONI D'ITALIA: GOLDEN STAR!

Il nostro Lison Classico DOCG ha ottenuto due dei massimi riconoscimenti assegnati ai Vini d’Eccellenza dalla Guida Vinibuoni d'Italia: la Golden Star e la Corona da parte degli esperti del settore e wine lovers. Uno scrupoloso processo di selezione che ha portato a decretare i 700 finalisti nazionali tra gli oltre 27 mila campioni provenienti da tutta Italia. Importanti riconoscimenti che consolidano il successo del vino più rappresentativo della nostra zona di produzione, un simbolo della nostra Identità.

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