Working on the awareness that a wine's quality always originates in the vineyard and the land in which it is grown. In particular, the Chiarli family has acquired significant agricultural estates over time in the areas most suited to the production of the Lambrusco varieties, which have been DOC regulated since 1970. Today, Chiarli owns over 100 hectares of vineyards, spread over three agricultural estates, which are surely a fundamental aspect in the quality of Chiarli wines.
A historical estate, the lands of the Tenuta Cialdini provide grapes with the structure and intensity required for a great Grasparossa and the aromatic richness for the Pignoletto Spumante.read
Heritage clones of the Sorbara variety and a perfect microclimate for producing world-class wines.read