Ca’ dei Quattro Archi
The Ca 'dei Quattro Archi winery is a small family-run business located in Imola, in the province of Bologna. It was founded in 2000 by Rita Golinelli and Mauro Mazza, who, driven by the call of wine, decided to leave their respective professions and manage the old vineyards of Rita's father, located in the hills of Imola. The choice of Rita and Mauro is to lead the vineyards in an organic way and to make wines with a traditional and very traditional approach. The cultivated hectares are about 6 hectares, divided into two different parcels: one next to the company headquarters which rests on a land composed of sand, while the second is located around the Casalfiumanese area, along the Rio Mescola, where the land is clayey and rich in limestone. In the vineyard we find mainly traditional vines such as Albana, Malvasia, Trebbiano Romagnolo, Sangiovese, but also Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The work in the vineyard is very careful and rigorous, without any use of chemicals, but only respect for the cycles of nature. In the cellar, the interventions are not invasive, without pressing the grapes, all the grapes are macerated for a variable time depending on the type, fermentations occur spontaneously without pied de cuve and without temperature control, refinement on the fine lees, and no filtrations before bottling. The wines of Ca 'dei Quattro Archi are identity, and they are aware of the terroir they come from.
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