Cantina Mazzola's vineyard lays at just 1000 meters from the sea, a strong and essential element of the territory. The sea breeze is constantly caressing it. The perfumes of the sea, the salt, the breath of the wind which makes the warmth of the land peasant.
They believe in the eco-sustainable agriculture. For this reason they are endowed of photovoltaic system for the production of electricity and solar panels for the hot water.
They work in a completely organic way in the vineyards and wine cellar and apply an integrated insect control in their olive grove.
"The 2016 Mazzola ‘Sangvineto’ Lacrima di Morro d’Alba, a wine like nothing I’ve tasted before. Lacrima is an ancient grape rarely, if ever, seen outside Le Marche and its method of production – the so-called Ganimede fermentation process – is similarly obscure. I gave it a Google but it went right over my head. Suffice to say, the result is a gloriously scented wine (all I could think of was clouds of rose petals), with fresh, ripe, concentrated red and dark fruit with the gentlest of tannins. It’s an acquired taste, for sure, but one that I acquired on the spot and with glee." Jonathan Ray, The Spectator