The Cellar and the Estate: Anselmi
A story that comes from the war. From his father, forced to sell the land to support the family's food, and an idea that never leaves the mind; that of returning to vine production. Thus initially bottling wine on behalf of third parties, the Anselmi family began to make sense and gradually regain the lost lands. with the specific aim of give voice to native vines with the help of innovation which was, however, aimed at quality, with measure and sobriety of expression. The wines of the Anselmi winery grow in a temperate climate, near Monte Foscarini, a toponym that indicates the great cru of Soave, at 300 meters above sea level. The vineyards are exposed to the South and the soil, calcareous of volcanic origin, characterizes the strong minerality of these labels.