Roberto Anselmi is one of those who strictly adheres to the ground rules. In fact, he's one of the producers who promotes others to do the same. Anselmi sees it as the importance of the region (Veneto, Northern Italy) that the overall quality of the wines improves. Not an easy mission. Where others have given way to the planting of the worldwide so popular chardonnay, Anselmi limits itself to a modest five percent.
Anselmi is also one of the few to have more vines in its vineyards than officially prescribed: 5000 to 7000 per hectare. The much lower yield per stick as a result yields wines that are fuller and more powerful in character. In addition, all his poles are on the better slopes, so in the Classico region. The quality of the wines starts in the vineyards, Anselmi knows better than anyone. Quality is therefore what makes Roberto Anselmi. A great winemaker who practices his profession with fanaticism.