I never use one sole working technique, but rather a combination of various techniques, and this because, in addition to basing my work on the territory and the grape variety, it is of fundamental importance to keep in mind the objectives which we wish to reach and the style of the individual winery.
My approach aims at avoiding clichéd winemaking, and in certain cases it is necessary to free oneself form preconceived ideas which, in many cases, are the fruit of standardized methods which then standardize the wines.
The wine, instead, must reflect the specific character of the place where it is born, and to bring out its unique personality at times it is necessary to attempt an approach which is significantly different from commonly accepted concepts.
From the very beginning I have attempted to develop an innovative approach, frequently based on intuition and on the desire to experiment with natural techniques which are notably different, far from the idea that wine is merely science and chemistry. All this to create a wine with a truly unique identity, one which seeks above all elegance, clean and focused aromas, and recognizability. It is only by accepting the risks inherent in this fragile balance that the wine will then reveal its true territorial identity and the personality of its grape variety. Grapes are capable of expressing the richness and diversity of the terroir in which they are cultivated, and this richness which, historically, has always been the essential characteristic of wine, is what I seek in each and every project in which I am involved.