Traditional methods of cultivation and vinification, along with highly professional expertise, are employed to obtain Podere Casale wines. A modern cellar overlooks the vineyards of the Estate and offers visitors an overwhelming view of the surrounding valley. Temperature controlled programming regulates the various stages of vinification.
Italian elegant and excellent wines result from aging in barriques and long periods of bottle refinement. The Guyot system of cultivation is employed: grapes are harvested by hand so that only the best are selected. All the vineyards of Podere Casale are D.O.C. and the resulting wines include the most typical varieties of the Colli Piacentini.
Dry Malvasia is obtained through strict observance of Marchesato Podere Casale method of vinification. Ortrugo in the dry, petillant and Brut version, is obtained from the homonymous autochthonous grape cultivated by the ancient Romans. Gutturnio is obtained from a blend of Barbera and Bonarda grapes cultivated in exceptional vineyard.
In addition to a petillant version, only in selected vintages, Gutturnio Castello is aged in small oak barriques. The range of Podere Casale wines enlivens tables and can accompany the widest selection of entrees.