Ca de Noci
Ca de Noci is located in the town of Vendina, in the town of Quattro Castella, on the Reggiane hills. The name comes from the walnut tree that was planted in the early seventies by Alberto the founder of the company and father of the current owners Alberto and Giovanni. Alberto is an architect and heals both the design of the labels and the earth and the prevention of diseases. John, however, with two agricultural and oenology degrees, manages the vineyard, after years spent in research universities, decided to return home and focus its energies on the rediscovery of indigenous vines that have almost disappeared. The cultivated hectares are five, all subdivided into small plots situated between stony and limestone terraces located along the Crostol torrent valley. Vineyards, almost all planted in the seventies by Alberto, are all Indigenous Reggians like Spirits, Malbo Gentile, Lambrusco of Montericco, Sgavetta and many others. All vineyards are farmed without irrigation or chemical fertilizers to allow each variety to express its full potential, making the vintages unique and unrepeatable in each bottle. The grapes are manual and in the cellar the fermentations are spontaneous with the only indigenous yeasts with prolonged macerations to extract the natural antioxidants of the grapes. The production focuses mainly on bottled refineries but there are also examples of Classical method based on Spergola grapes and white wines produced by Moscato, Spergola and Malvasia and red wines obtained by Malbo Gentile and Cabernet.