Our winery includes three plots of land for a total surface of about two hectares. The vineyards run along Strada Della Traversagna, a symbolic route for the production of the Boca DOC wine. Each vineyard was planted between late 1800 and early 1900 with grape varieties typical of the time. The land experienced abandonments and replantations up to 2009 when we reintroduced only the two vines typical of DOC production: Nebbiolo and Vespolina.

We do not use herbicides.
We cut up the grass only when strictly necessary and usually we press the grass along the rows instead of cutting it. This prevents wasting the plants and reduces downy mildew weeds and the number of treatments required. We treat the vines the least possible. We only use copper and sulfur as it used to be done in the past, integrating them with natural algae extracts.
We practice green manure. In fall, we sow organic essences of grass, clover and crucifer to provide nutritious elements and improve structure and fertility of the soil. We use organic animal and vegetable fertilizers only, adjusting the soil Ph level with sea limestone.