Terenzuola is a small winery located between Liguria and Tuscany in Italy, where Ivan Giuliani has been cultivating the terroir since the end of the 90’s. The vines are planted at a altitude of 70 to 450 meters above the sea level and their density of planting — 8 500 vines per hectare — is three times higher than the traditional one. The idea is to work in an organical way, with green manure of seedslike oat, clover and mustard. The vinification is delicate and soft so as to preserve the characteristics of the grapes in the wine. Terenzuola produces original white and red Vermentino along with Merla (a local biotype of Canaiolo) from 1999. Our favourite wines are the white Vermentinos called Fosso di Corsano 2013 and CinqueTerre 2013 that develop both an enjoyable minerality, freshness and a pure and elegant fruit” . Last tasting: New York, 10 March 2015.