Sustainable agriculture is based on the respect of the criterion of sustainability within the production. It is a vaster concept than the idea of organic, a method that starts in the field and goes to the cellar, so that then it can be bottled and packaged. Sustainable agriculture is economically convenient for the farmer, eco-friendly and socially correct, this way, it can contribute with the improvement of life quality for the producer and the consumer.
Choosing a type of sustainable agriculture means to privilege the natural processes that preserves the “environmental resource”, avoiding some damaging procedures for the soil and to select only renewable energies.
For years I Fabbri has chosen sustainable agriculture: our productivity is shared by all who help us with the daily work, respecting “our own style”, where the appearance doesn’t prevail the existence. A journey which is guided by our love for the environment, with the certainty that if we only protect the territory and support nature, without forcing it, it is possible to obtain natural and quality wines, escaping the homogenisation and valuing the peculiarity of our zone. This is why we use renewable energies, such as the photovoltaic system, we choose nothing but a packaging with little impact on the earth and we also reuse as much as we can by-products of the wine making.