Welcome to Episode 1573 in which host Victoria Cece interviews Anton Morella of Morella Vini this week on The Next Generation.
The Next Generation where Victoria Cece interviews young Italian wine people shaking up the wine scene.
More about the winery
Our wines are made completely from the grapes produced in our own vineyards, of which, for the most part, are old dry grown Primitivo bush vines on terra rossa. They are cultivated by hand using bio-dynamic principles and the yield rarely exceeds 2 tonnes (2.6 hl) per hectare. Primitivo Old Vines & Primitivo La Signora come from the oldest bush vines. They are testimony to the biodiversity in this area, due mainly to the survival of the old vines, children of the traditional “massali” selection in vineyards practiced over many years.
More about the host:
Victoria Cece is a food and beverage storyteller whose curiosity is somewhere deep in a bowl of pasta or a bottle of wine. A fool for history, you can find her reading up about ancient grape varietals or wandering around a little Italian town eating everything in sight, under her alias Slutti Spaghetti.
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