Buildings – La CAPPUCCINA Green
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Buildings – La CAPPUCCINA Green

– 40% of energy needs comes from our Photovoltaic panels;

– Attention for the environment means also more pleasant and healthy workplaces for all our staff.

This is our contribution for the protection of the environment, our natural heritage.

Vineyard – La CAPPUCCINA Green
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Vineyard – La CAPPUCCINA Green

– Agronomic practices aimed to improve the biodiversity, trough grassing between the rows, the ancient practice of “green manure” with the seeding of legumes and flowers that fix atmospheric nitrogen in the soil and provide forage for pollinating insect, such as bees and useful ladybirds:

North View
History

North View

We’re in the heart of the Alpone Valley along the “Alpone” river.

Follow the river to find us!

The Alpone Valley has a very ancient story: it was ceated over 50 millions years ago after the volcanic eruption.

Once it was a tropical island and this is really unbelivable.

30th Anniversary of Organic Farming – La CAPPUCCINA
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30th Anniversary of Organic Farming – La CAPPUCCINA

1985 – 2015

Celebrating the 30th nniversary of Organic Farming

that’s why we’re considered Organic Pioneers.

St. John the Baptist’s Chapel
History

St. John the Baptist’s Chapel

1725, this is the year in which the chapel was built by the Burri nobles, the former owners. The chapel is dedicated to St. John the Baptist and it’s still consacrated.  We celebrate the St. John’s nativity, every year, on the 24th of June.

In the Cellar – La CAPPUCCINA Green
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In the Cellar – La CAPPUCCINA Green

– Reduced use of sulfur dioxide at the minimum quantity to avoid any oxidative process;

– A state-of-the-art filtration system with no additives and inert substances;

– Phytodepuration of waste water with ecocompatible technologies;

– Bottling following the phases of the moon;