Enrico Togni presents the Erbanno grape, an unknown, ungenerous and hard-to-grow variety. For these reasons, this grape was gradually cleared until it almost became extinct. The Erbanno grape variety takes its name from the small town of Erbanno, located in Val Camonica, a long stretching alpine valley with a very diverse territory. The estate farmed by Enrico manually or with small handmade machines is made of deep, sandy, loose soils, with a low clay content and very steep and drained patches of land with stonewalls.
This quaffable mountain wine has a strong minerality, an intense purple color, a spicy aroma with a hint of red berries and a fleshy, slightly acidic and tannic taste. Refinement in steel tanks lasts 15 months, to be later continued in bottles. The total production amounts to roughly a thousand bottles.