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Azienda Agricola Michele Laluce
Cellar Michele Laluce has a small vineyard of six hectares which produces the grapes for about 40,000 bottles a year. Grape Aglianico is cultivated in five and a half hectares (see photo above) and Muscato grapes are grown on a medium hectare. The company adheres to organic in the vineyard and in the production of their wines. Bushes of roses planted in the vineyards (pictured right), serve as a warning of diseases that could affect the grapes. The wines age in a variety of ways: stainless steel tanks, large Slovenian barrels and small French barrels. During the tour, Michael and his daughter, Madeleine, has shown how rapidly changing wine during fermentation. We contrasted the taste of wine that had been brewing for only one day with the wine that had been brewing for four days. The sugar reduction from day one to day four was surprisingly different. Michele and her four daughters run the winery. The eldest daughter, Catherine, he studied economics and manages the cellar books. Maddalena has studied oenology and is the vine grower. Donatella is an agronomist and manages the vineyard machines. Michela is studying culinary arts. During our tasting, four archaeologists working in the area stopped. Michael and Magdalene have accepted their offer them a glass of wine - another example of what I call Southern Hospitality.