Today it's Stefano's turn to oversee a farm managed by four generations of Turetta family. He divides his time between the farmstay and the winery: 25 hectares of vineyards in the heart of the Euganean Hills, in an enchanting position where each varietal (both reds and whites) is cultivated in the plot best suited to its needs, drawing on the different aspects and elevations that the volcanic hills have to offer. The Rossura dei Briganti '16, a merlot-dominant Bordeaux blend, offers up aromas of ripe red fruit amidst vibrant notes of aromatic herbs and spices, refreshing the nose and lending elegance. In the mouth it's medium-bodied, lengthening decisively, tapering towards acidity. The Cabernet Rittochino 42 '17 is more veiled aromatically, with fruit and spices followed by notes of flint and forest floor, sensations that reemerge on a more spirited, pleasantly coarse palate.