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BEAUTIFUL BUBBLES: A NEW STAR IS BORN!

A new adventure has begun for Poggio Molina! Of course, we can't really say we are dissatisfied with the results achieved so far! But our family has always been curious, eager for new experiences, new projects and new challenges! In short...we like to put ourselves to the test! That's why, last year, we decided to give concrete life to a new project! Continue...
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NOW WE CAN SAY IT: 2018, A GREAT YEAR!

The harvest here at Poggio Molina is coming to an end for this year as well. And for this year Alba, Adriano and all the members of the family can say with certainty: an excellent year! After the difficult harvest of 2017, which gave us satisfaction in terms of quality but certainly not in terms of quantity produced, 2018 will be a... Continue...
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NEXT STAGE: CASTLE DIVINO

After the participation in "Bucine: a town in bloom" last May, Poggio Molina will be among the protagonists of the appointment in the medieval town of Ambra, during the festival of wine excellence of the territory "Castello DiVino", an important showcase for local companies, which will be held in the historical center of Ambra.

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GOOD WINE BEGINS WITH PRUNING THE VINE!

Contrary to what one might imagine, the winter period in the countryside is not at all a period of stasis and inactivity, waiting for the return of spring. In fact, it is during the winter that vine pruning lays the foundations for a good harvest and for the production of a Tuscan wine of excellent quality. Continue...
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In November the bruschetta Toscana is served

At Poggio Molina, the olive harvest ended a week ago and now we are honoring the Tuscan bruschetta. In keeping with tradition, the harvest was carried out completely by hand, combing the leaves with the class "rakes". And as has been the case for generations, once the harvest is over, we ...

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It's racking time: the balance of the 2017 harvest

Also this year the harvest period ends with the last of the racking operations, a phase that marks the end of the harvest and begins the maturation of the wine. It is through racking, in fact, that the cellarman separates the wine from the marc at the end of fermentation, in order to decant the new product.

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