* The meeting between the young Maurizio Zanella and the sweetness of Franciacorta, when his mother moved to Erbusco and implanted the first vineyard, is the first contact of what would have been the love of a lifetime. But after a trip to Champagne, whose destination is the famous maisons where does that wine that has always fascinated the imagination and turns, comes back with the idea that Mauritius adamant to accomplish something similar.
In 1979 Maurizio Zanella plant the first five rows of vines to 10,000 plants per hectare, and becomes the initiator of a Franciacorta wine then considered disrespectful and revolutionary, high fittezze, with minimum distances between a plant and the other with extreme selections. This is just the beginning of a path that then the Franciacorta ambitiously chose to follow: differentiate themselves through the discipline more severe in terms of selection and qualitative rules. So now Ca 'del Bosco boasts vineyards that have more than 40 years. It also chooses to vinify separately the grapes from different vineyards, respecting the different terroirs, and assemble the wines made only in the final stage of refinement. The natural vocation of the territory is confirmed in being able to allow the maximum expression of each variety. To protect compared with this vocation, the vineyards of Ca 'del Bosco are subjected to a regime agronomic very low environmental impact, with minimal fertilization and only organic type.
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