Good wine is born in the country: Cantina Produttori Cormons has made this country saying its own and has focused a large part of its production project on the care of its vines, drawing up a Statute, supported by a Country Book, which is a meticulous code of conduct that all the partners must comply with. All the details and the dates of winter pruning are noted here, along with details of agronomical practices and of cultivation operations, specifying products and doses. Each partner reports the dates of the beginning and the end of the phenological phases of the varieties cultivated, so as to obtain a uniform and high qualitative standard of the grapes. The Country Book is aimed at obtaining a product that is reliable from an organoleptic point of view and is of excellent value; therefore, the battle against parasites foresees a minimal use of fungicides, and focuses on the constant monitoring of the over 400 hectares of vines. Eight equipped weather centres, set in various points across the territory, record any change in the climate, in the temperature, humidity, solar radiation and quantity of rainfall, every two hours. The data that is gathered arrive in real time at the computerized control centre of Cantina Produttori Cormons where they are examined carefully in order to prevent any kind of anomaly. Technology that respects age-old customs: harvesting is carried out strictly by hand and now 85 percent of the vines are cultivated biologically. A perfect mix of tradition and high technology that allows Cantina Produttori Cormons to keep the area under control, to obtain grapes of exceptional quality and therefore excellent wines at reasonable prices. The Cormons Method, result of the experience of Master Cellar man Luigi Soini: it is a process of cold vinification that foresees the maceration of the grapes in a special refrigerated press that allows all the polyphenolic elements to be extracted, the precious antioxidant and aromatic substances and mineral salts, and produces a wine of very high organoleptic quality. Fermentation occurs at a controlled temperature and the new wine is then fined for more than six months in large oval casks that have a capacity of 9600 litres each, and made from three different types of oak. The Rinascimento, Tocai Friulano, Malvasia Istriana, Pinot Bianco and Traminer series today represent the maximum result of this productive methodology that extracts, whole, from the grapes, the elements that make excellent wine.

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