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Perlage fa parte del Consorzio Tutela Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene

Vineyards

Riva Moretta

San Michele vineyards

Refrontolo vineyards

The organic viticulture

The soil management of the grounds of an organic vineyard is one of the key factors to ensure the preservation of the agricultural ground and of its fertility and, simultaneously, the maintenance of the lives in an optimal balance for the production of quality organic grapes. This is one of the main points that characterize the agriculture and, therefore, also the organic viticulture.

The management of the grounds have a series of effects on the ecosystem of the vineyard that is fundamental in organic cultivation. Things to keep in mind are the following:

  • Organic complexity;
  • Erosion, a big problem on hills;
  • The physical and chemical features of the organic ground.
  • Perlage is widely focusing on biodynamic viticulture, that definitely help the organic procedures to become more efficient. Some important modern techniques that Perlage uses in Vineyards are:

  • The permanent grass cover of the soil that can be adapted to different climatic conditions, the needs of the vines, such as the erosion containment and the protection of the soil fertility;
  • The reduction on copper use in vineyards because it restricts the development of useful microorganisms;
  • The installation of some weather station-climate on the vineyard that controls the existence and development of the disease and activate the treatment only when necessary;
  • Use of useful organism, such as biodynamic agriculture teaches, to increase the resistance of the plant to the disease.
  • An important attention to the vineyard help to obtain excellent results in the winery: first of all the reduction of sulfites in the vinification and the wines. The greatest result of this huge work is “Animae”, the Prosecco Spumante Superiore DOCG without sulfites, the first of the kind in 2008 and now one of the 10 best Proseccos according to Baudains in Decanter magazine.

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