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La Maliosa

The estate is located in the municipality of Manciano (province of Grosseto) in the area Maremma in the south of the Italian region Tuscany, It was founded in 2009 by Antonella Manuli , who had previously learned about and appreciated organic farming during her studies in Kalfornia. The farm is opened since 2013 by agronomist and researcher Lorenzo Corino guided. The property stretches over 160 hectares, where in addition to viticulture also produces the production of virgin olive oil and honey. He is called agronomic project according to the principles of sustainable Management led. Since 2010, La Maliosa is called biological and biodynamic Operation certified to QC Certificazione.

The vineyards cover 3.5 hectares of vineyards, with the red wines Ciliegiolo and Sangiovese, and the white varieties Ansonica ( Inzolia ) Grechetto di Orvieto and Procanico ( Trebbiano Toscano ) are planted. As a special feature, there are also trees growing Wild vines, Both in vineyard and cellar applies noninvasive Principle with as few interventions as possible. At the daily floor care becomes erosion and compaction prevented as well greening and mulching the nutrient formation and biodiversity promoted.

The grapes are harvested by hand picking. The Organic wines are vinified and correspond without animal substances vegetarian and vegan requirements. The fermentation takes place spontaneous with vineyard-owned yeasts. After four weeks maceration The wines mature in wooden barrels for 5 to 16 months. On the use of sulfur is waived. There are the three Toscana IGT wines La Maliosa Rosso, La Maliosa Bianco and La Maliosa Tarconte. Every year, around 8,000 bottles of wine are produced. The winery is a member of the Free Winegrowers of Italy (FIVI).

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