Dalle Nostre Mani, Producing Organic and Natural Wines Since 2005
Dalle Nostre Mani was set up by winemaker Giulio Wilson Rosetti along with his former schoolmate and childhood friend, Lapo Tardelli. The project started in 2005 when Giulio replanted some vineyards near his Fucecchio house. With the organic conversion of many ancient vineyards, they have produced a great range of organic and natural wines using some of the native Tuscan grape varietals. Many of the vineyards belonged to old farmers of the region and were abandoned. Currently, they own 11 hectares of vineyards and partner with 14 local farmers.
Ancient Girone Capovolto Toscano Method
The company preserves old vineyards and glorifies the region of Tuscan. All the vineyards are farmed according to the EU Regulations. There is no use of herbicides, and instead, they use the ancient Girone Capovolto Toscano method, where the vine stocks are tied to rows using willow branches and no plastic. Some of their best vineyards are Pugnitello, Imbimbo, Vigna Cerbaia, Cesarina’s, Laiatici, Felicina, Vittorina, and Cioni. Sangiovese is the main grape grown, but they also grow rare local varietals like Foglia Tonda, Bonamico, Abrusco, Pugnitello, and Abrostine.
The Right Balance Between Traditions and Modern Technology
All work in the vineyards, right from pruning to the harvest of grapes, is done manually. The advice and experience of the elderly farmers help them to achieve the right balance between traditions and modern technology. This allows them to instill Tuscan traditions in their winemaking and make natural wines with the perfect taste, structure, and aroma that are loved by their customers. Visit the winery for wine tasting and embrace the beauty of vineyards and olive trees surrounding the estate.