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The early nineties were a "laboratory" for testing wine in Cambria. Research aimed at more concentrated grapes and soft tannins, to be obtained intervening on plants density or through pruning and a selection of the best Nocera and Nero d'Avola plants. At the factory on the other hand the target was set on the production of well-structured wines, through fermentation in wooden tanks, soft pressing and handling, in order not to stress grapes, as well as malolactic fermentations in barrel.

After years of test targeting the highest quality standards, in 2005 the company decided to renewing the historic vineyard of Mastronicola, progressively replanting the vines according to a modern technique, keeping at the same time a strong connection with the original vineyard. This is going to reach 10 hectares in the coming years.

The best plants have been selected in order to produce a Nocera which is able to express the peculiarities of the "terroir". The new agronomic techniques that the company is putting into practice have the same target; they are the result of over a century experience; in this unique area, for its altitude (150 meters above sea level), for its exposure, its microclimate and soil, the Nocera variety best expresses itself, enhancing all its features. These grapes made a wine with softer and rounder tannins, maintaining the typical complexity and structure of the Nocera variety.

Researches carried out by Cambria build a path between round tables, conferences and experiments to achieve the greatest tradition -- wines that can express the great strength of a millennial wine territory.

Cambria - Research
Cambria - Research
Cambria - Research
Cambria - Research
Cambria - Research
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