Ka Manciné, Liguria

The Estate

Dolceacqua is a small village in the extreme west of Liguria, close to the border with France. Rossese is a native grape grown in a very limited area (about 200 acres ) on steep terraces made of schists and marls facing mostly East and South-East at altitudes between 300 and 450 meters above sea level. The very old and low yielding vines are planted at high density (up to 10000 vines per hectare) in the classic greek bush system. 

Philosophy

To enhance the character that arise from the interaction between place and grape variety

The People

Maurizio Anfosso and Roberta Repaci own about 3 hectares of Rossese plus tiny surfaces of Tabacca ( a very rare local grape ) and Vermentino, in the Beragna and Galeae vineyards all belonging to the doc Rossese di Dolceacqua.

Wines

Beragna Dolceacqua Doc 2016
Galeae Dolceacqua Doc 2016