On the slopes of Monti Caiatini, in a splendid plateau which extends over an area of 9 hectares, Michele Alois has realized his dream: the vineyard, the cellar and a rural Bourbon house from the early 19th century.
Between ancient memories and a bet born as a game, he grafted the first precious scions of the ancient native vineyard of Casavecchia. A bet that coincides with the pride of one's land.
After 30 years from those first grafts and after 20 years of experimentation, here are finally the first bottles of the company crus, grown in the high hills at the foot of Mount Friento at an altitude of 350m.
The vineyards that surround the estate were originally a small half hectare of lad with only nine rows planted; today, those vineyards, together with the new additions of plants are grown with passion by Michele Alois who takes care of them daily.