Sauvignon Dell'Emilia Camillo Donati 2016 Magnum
The Sauvignon vine in the Parma hills is marked by its traces in the early 800s when the vine was imported from France and planted in these areas, proving lands for Sauvignon for an ideal union with the territory.
Camillo Donati is one who respects nature as first principle. The history of its vineyards begins with his grandfather and the with the need to feed the family in the early twentieth century. Camillo Donati grows in the vineyards and begins immediately to take care of them, knowing the difficulties, but loving the environment. Its vineyards are found in Arola, Low Parma, the places of great salami. Camillo begins his vigneron path along with the family friend Ovidio in order to keep intact the practices of the cellar and the tradition of the wines of Emilia. Today it is a biological and biodynamic viticulture, all the processes are made by hand, as well as the sparkling wine that is made by natural fermentation in bottles. A tradition that can only continue with true respect for nature and its fruits.