The farming co-operative, La Guardiense, was
founded over 60 years ago by 33 farsighted, collaborative
Today membership has grown to nearly 1,000, but still only
managing a total of about 1,500 hectares meaning that all the fruit
comes from a large selection of very small family owned vineyards.
The land is full of undulating hills and expansive plains, each
helping create a patchwork of micro-climates protecting the vines
from the greatest excesses of the local heat and cold and ensuring
the resulting wines are of the highest quality.
- Focused only on the quality production of Falanghina and
- Renewable energy systems
- No added sulphites
- Native yeast fermentation
- Night harvesting