The name is fantastic and recalls the almost rarefied atmosphere. We can perceive the sense of a suspended place in the time and in the space, with a magical feeling.
This aura of mystery suggested the name Fertuna that, with its elements, reveals itself as an holder of concrete messages close to reality: first of all the consonance with the word "fortuna", which sounds like a good wish, even if its ancient etymological meaning refers to the favorable configuration of a place. Secondly, the theme fert, from Latin fertus, means fertile.
About 50 hectares are used for the production of a variety of specific grapes in order to obtain high quality wines. This surface could be enlarged for further 50 hectares. All vineyards are endowed with a drop by drop irrigation system, nourished by a big artificial lake of about 15.000 sqm, that collects its waters from local sources. An hyper technological cellar placed at the centre of vineyards, shows the project of this estate. The structure made by laminated wood is the best example of modern technology that doesn't forget tradition, recalled by the barriques wood typical of wine history.
A great consignment holds the recent and high technological fleet of farm cars, that is used for all the modern manufactures and is well integrated with insiders' skills. The surface covered is of about 3.600 sqm.