Vignalta can lay claim to having been a pioneering estate from a quality point of view, both by planting high-density vineyards on the highest and finest slopes of the region’s hills and by vinifying the grapes with a meticulousness and ambitions that were hitherto unknown, not only in the Euganean Hills but also in many other wine-producing areas of Italy. Today the estate continues to produce wines that seek after absolute excellence, the result of a great viticultural heritage expressed – from south to north – in all of the principal terroirs of the Euganean Hills as well as of modern winemaking practices carried out in a masterly and consciously careful way.
Vignalta is also a great believer in environmental sustainability; it was in fact one of the first wineries in Italy to install a photovoltaic plant for the production of electrical energy.
Always vigilant and scrupulous in the management of its vineyards, Vignalta practices “integrated pest control” which, with the aid of detection stations carries out spraying against parasites only when conditions for the incubation of fungal diseases are present. The treatments that are then carried out are very “environment-friendly”.
This meticulous vineyard management is focused to produce a very high quality and well-balanced grapes which is then vinified with “minimalist” enological techniques.