Pievalta takes its name from the small pieve, or rural church that is posted at the entrance of the property. It extends about 39 hectares distributed over three vineyards on opposite slopes of the Esino Valley, in the Marche Region.
The vineyards are farmed organically and biodynamically using legume cover crops between the rows and biodynamic preparations that facilitate the formation of fertile humus and bolster plant growth while respecting the terroir.
In the cellar, we attempt to preserve the work we’ve carried out in the vineyards. We accompany the grapes as they are transformed into wine by making sure that our technical intervention is always one step behind the expression of the terroir and the grape variety.
We work by doing as little as possible, thus allowing the grape variety and terroir to express themselves.
It’s been many years since we used any animal additives in our wines, for example, and since 2009, our products have been vegan certified.