The Durì family has always tilled the soil and grown grapes for winemaking. Over the years, vineyard and cellar management techniques have been refined and adjusted to the estate’s needs and today, operations are run by Giovanni, Patrizia and Massimo.
The compact, six-hectare estate is planted to a range of grape varieties, all vinified with an unfailing commitment to coaxing the best out of nature while striving for the finest possible products. Wine production is carried out in full respect of a heritage passed down from one generation to the next.
After many years of growing fruit with the traditional cappuccina (Friulian double-arched cane) vine-training system, the estate switched to Guyot, which favours high-quality winemaking by ensuring each vine yields only a few bunches.