The Scamperle family has cultivated vineyards for generations. We have twenty hectares of property, located in the best areas of Classica Valpolicella. The grapes grown are the most classical ones of the area: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara, as well as some Oseleta and Croatina. Our winegrowing culture never forces nature’s hand, but favours the rhythms of nature to exalt the characteristics and originality of the Valpolicella terrain.
Fumane Cà Carnocchio
5.50 Hectares, Altitude 220-240 m asl, with NE exposure.
The soil is prevalently cretaceous with a good skeletal presence and is rich in minerals.
The area is well ventilated with fresh air in summer, which descends from the "Progni" valley; problems related to drought are rare.
System of cultivation: Trento Pergola
Al Santuario Le Salette Vineyard in Fumane
4 Hectares, altitude 220 m asl, with NW exposure.
The soil is cretaceous with a good presence of clay and is rich in skeletal substances.
The area is sunny and protected from the colder winds.
During the winter, this area often has higher temperatures than the rest of the village.
The area is well ventilated with fresh air in summer, which descends from the “Progni” valley; problems related to drought are rare.
System of cultivation: Guyot and Pergola.
Conca D'Oro Vineyard in Sant'Ambrogio
3 Hectares, altitude 250-270 m asl, with SW exposure.
The soil is calcareous with an extremely evident content of skeletal substances.
It is sunny with good ventilation.
System of cultivation: Trento Pergola and Guyot
Masua Vineyard, Locality of Pigno in San Floriano-San Pietro in Cariano
4.00 Hectares, Altitude 230-250 m asl, with NE exposure.
The soil is made up prevalently of morenic detrital sediment.
Skeletal substances are quite evident; this terrain is called "Toar".
Exposure to the sun is optimum and the area is moderately ventilated.
System of cultivation: Trento Pergola and Guyot.