Casa Coste Piane

Now those flatlands are full of vines, and commercial prosecco with a capital “ P”, that insipid, slightly cloying, and frankly disgusting wine, is the main economy of the region.Thanks to his father and grandfather, Loris and his two sons have never had to plant a vine. This is a good thing because their vineyards are absurdly steep and the soil is very shallow, hitting solid limestone or sandstone rock in a few centimeters. As a result, they have only 60 years or older vines, planted in high pergola on steep hillsides. In high season, the vineyards give the impression of a primaveral vine forest. The Folladors are well aware of this fortunate legacy and treat it with the

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