D´Antona

Angelo D’Antona manages the company founded by his grandfather Guido, where he first applied the organic method and then, in 2014, converted and certified as a biodynamic company.

Covering 30 hectares of vineyards, as well as 2 hectares reserved forthe cultivation of olive trees, always according to biodynamicstandards, every year Tenuta D'Antona picks different types of grapes:from the famous Montepulciano and Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, to thenative vines such as Pecorino and Passerina, to which now also PinotGrigio and Moscato are added.

They are grapes that grow and ripen following the cycles of theseasons, no alteration, no forcing, no chemical substance. Producing wine from biodynamic agriculture means applying a realphilosophy, created by Rudolph Steiner in the early decades of the1900s and applied directly to agriculture. Biodynamic cultivation is based on three fundamental principles: themaintenance of soil fertility, the health of the vines through the cycleof the seasons and the climatic trend, and the final quality of theproducts. Three basic principles that Tenuta D'Antona constantlyapplies in all hectares of vineyards, including those dedicated to olivetrees. A choice that involves a considerable expenditure of force, startingfrom the maintenance and management of the screws up to thetransformation of the bunches in the cellar. No chemical support, noequipment that can stress or attack the earth.

Those who produce wines from biodynamic agriculture must ensurethat the vines can assimilate the substances from the ground to theextent necessary, as well as from the atmosphere and the air, all whilerespecting the basic rules and regulations such as crop rotation, greenmanure, the creation and use of biodynamic preparations. The result?Vineyards capable of producing wines with natural scents and manyaromas, respectful of the typicality of the vines.



Assortment of the winery
D´Antona

Mecola | 0,75l.
White wine

€8,50 (incl. VAT)

Druda | 0,75l.
White wine

€8,50 (incl. VAT)