Based in Villa Celiera, a part of the Pescara province in the historic region of Abruzzo, the Lammidia vineyard is perched on a hillside just a stone’s throw from the Adriatic Sea. With such beautiful winegrowing land surrounding them, it’s no wonder Davide and Marco run their vineyard with such commitment to the natural environment. Childhood friends and both intensely curious, the pair craft minimal-intervention wines that reject the orthodoxy that they saw in the wine world when researching for their first vines.
Wines are created in small batches with minimal intervention throughout the processes; grapes are picked by a small troupe of loyal friends and are then fermented spontaneously in custom-made concrete and fibreglass containers. The wines aren’t filtered nor fined, as Davide and Marco aim to keep the wine ‘alive’ in the bottle. As with many natural wines, these decisions ensure tasting each bottle is a new experience, whether from the same vintage or not. We think you’ll love their intriguing wines as much as we do. In the words of Davide and Marco, “The good guys always win!”.