country:
Italy
region:
Veneto, Italy
viticulture:
organic

Fidora

Fidora Wines is located in the region of Veneto. Wine production features Amarone della Valpolicella, Prosecco, Moscato and Pinot Grigio.

In 1974 we decided to convert our estates into organic agriculture in order to ensure biodiversity, that is our philosophy. We strongly believe that a good wine needs not only to taste excellent but also to convey emotions; the healthier the vineyard, the better the fruit and of course the wine. In other words, by nourishing the land, and treating it with respect, we know that the land will give us back its finest fruits.

We therefore consider fundamental to match the latest technology in this sector together with the original production processes inherited by our predecessors.

Organic wines are healthier than those made from conventionally grown grapes because they contain no residues. They are wines made in a better way, more carefully, following practices that protect both the environment and the people who work in the process. Our wines reflect the unique features of the grapes variety, local geology and climate, characteristics known as terroir.

Each one of our vineyards is a faithful reflection of organic practices based on two general concepts: the development of biodiversity and the absence of agrochemicals, pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers.

Biodiversity consists of encouraging the development and coexistence of different species of plants and animals within the same physical space or habitat. This is achieved through the use of tree-lined banks, meadows, hedges, copses, and ponds: biotopes that distinguish the farm and that favour the natural presence of wildlife. In our estates you will find abundance of hares, foxes, pheasants, ducks and many other species of migratory birds.

Synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers are replaced by natural products of biological origin.

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