Braccia Rese

Braccia Rese, Societaฬ€ Semplice Agricola is a Society that is comprised of three young people with humble roots deeply connected to the soil they were raised on. They found an opportunity to express their values in a meaningful way and took a leap of faith to embark on the journey of transforming their passion into something remarkable. Elia, Giovanni and Livio- the Designer-turned-winemaker, the Surveyor with a commitment to honor the family vineyard and the Oenologist aiming to make fine wines in their hometown- have decided to go back to their roots and utilise the blistering heat of the sun to cultivate their crops and create flavourful wines that possess the essence of their homeland. Braccia Rese is a testament to biodiversity in the vineyard, avoiding the use of chemical products and synthetic substances in phytosanitary control and favouring only copper and sulfur to tend to their crops. At harvest, their grapes become wines with minimal product additions and clarifications, resulting in beverages that mature and grow with time in the bottle. For Elijah, John, and Livy, wine isn't only a luxurious treat, but also a way to ensure that their workers have fair opportunities. Through Humus Job, they seek to promote a sense of change, striving for equity for their present and future workers.

Natural Wine. Drink Better

Thereโ€™s so much to be excited about when it comes to natural wine, and so much to learn. Not only are natural wines sustainably produced - goodbye synthetic fertilizers, harmful pesticides, and mechanical till-farming - but they taste so much more fresh and alive than conventional wines.
Independent growers and winemakers harvest grapes by hand, and are passionate about every step of the winemaking process, from the field, to the barrel, to the glass. There truly is a story in every bottle.

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    All our growers use sustainable methods that are free from pesticides or any other harmful chemicals.


    Conventional wines can contain up to 350 parts per million sulfites, while the amount allowed in Natural wines hovers around 20 PPMS (parts-per millions).


    Commercial wineries can use up to 56 EU-approved additives (like toxic dimethyl dicarbonate) while our growers do not.

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