On the hills of Ripalimosani (for the inhabitants "Ripa") stands the Vinica farm. It covers an area of about 220 hectares divided into vineyards, olive groves, vegetable gardens and arable land as well as woods and pastures that characterize the landscape.
Vinica is a project born in 2008, where uncultivated and abandoned lands, suited for sustainable and natural agriculture, return to bear their fruits. Together with the vines, the company cultivates olive groves and vegetables for a total area of 220 hectares under organic conversion. Just as nature marks the times, VINICA has succeeded in supporting them, giving rise to an excellent production of wines and other products. We believe that the vine and its territory are in symbiosis and need continuous respect and care. The company works with conservative cultural techniques and only with the use of natural products both in the vineyard and in the cellar.
The grapes are harvested manually and the fermentations start thanks to the indigenous yeasts present in the grape skin. No intense temperature control is carried out, no products are used for the extraction of aromas to clarify, and to maintain in wine all the characteristics that the grapes gave us, we do not perform any filtration. Aware that working in this way our wines will be the pure expression of the territory.