The winery comprises a total surface area of about 230 hectares, where vineyards (21 hectares) alternate with woods, meadows and pasture land. The land, formerly used as pasture for grazing, has recently been transformed into vineyards, using cutting-edge viticultural techniques, trying to enhance the natural beauty of the area. Much attention has also been paid to selecting young vines from the best plant nurseries in Europe in order to make fine wines with distinct character
The latest wine produced at Borgo dei Posseri, fifty months of aging on the lees give this Trentodoc Dosaggio Zero importance and structure, intensity and persistency.50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Nero grapes ripen at an altitude of between 520 and 720 m/a.s.l., giving it acidity, freshness and elegance – the typical characteristics of sparkling wine from the mountains.
This Trentodoc is produced after resting on its lees for 30 months. The 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir grapes from which it is made are cultivated at an altitude of between 500 and 700 metres above sea level. The name, Tananai, comes from a local name for a person that is full of vitality. A Trentodoc with an important, full, intense and persistent structure, but the unmistakable, lovely freshness that tells of its mountainous origins.
Thanks to their close friendship developed over the years, in 2009, as lovers of metodo classico sparkling wine, they started to produce it, almost for fun.
the Trentino region.