Botti di Botti Enrico, Producing Wines for Holy Mass
Founded in 1870, the Botti Winery is located in the Capriano del Colle DOC region, in Lombardia. Today, the fourth generation of the Botti Family is handling the management of the winery and produce wines for The Holy Mass. Among 11 other wineries in the same region as Botti, the wines boast the oldest winemaking traditions.
Taste Excellent Wines and the Speciality of Fortified Wines at Botti Winery
The winemaking tradition was started by Giuseppe, the great grandfather of the current owners, in the second half of the 19th century. Since then, with passion and love for wines the family produces a broad range of wines, such as red, white, and rose wines, together with delicious dessert, sparkling, and fortified wines, all under popular Capriano del Colle DOC status.
Manual Harvest Guarantees High Quality Grapes
Owned by Enrico and Marco Botti, the winery cultivates various types of grapes in their eight-hectare of vineyards, located in the Montenetto park. Some of the vines Enrico grows are Sangiovese, Marzemino, and Merlot, in combination with top-class Chardonnay and Trebbiano di Lugana. All the harvesting work is done manually. The staff collects the best bunches of grapes, followed by soft pressing in the cellar. The vineyards at Botti di Botti Enrico Winery enjoy a unique microclimate on the hill with fertile soil which greatly influences the creation of top-quality wines. The wine cellars at Botti di Botti Enrico are equipped with modern technology. It consists of large stainless steel casks for the fermentation of grapes. The wine cellar also comprises of large wooden barrels and barriques where Enrico stores his delicious wines for efficient maturation and refinement.