Our Moscato grapes are ready and tomorrow the harvest begins. This year’s Moscato has a special significance for us, because the vineyard was planted at the same time as our love, 35 years ago. The soil on which it grows is alluvial on a saline substrate. To one side of the vineyard the marshes open out with their spectacle of migrating birds breaking their journey to rest in the waters. In front of us, the sea. The saline and mineral soil makes this vineyard unique, a small jewel of 4 hectares hosting a population of 3200 plants per hectare, which we cultivate with particular dedication. This is a special harvest for us because it will be our last. From next year the oldest part of the vineyard will be uprooted, leaving only the parts that have best survived the passage of time, while we wait for the new vineyard to start production.