In just over ten years, Andrea Pendin has put the small town of Vicenza, Veneto, on the map, with high-quality wine made in harmony with the environment. The small town between Verona and Padua is now a hot spot for organic farming and sustainable winemaking and is home to an enthusiastic community of young winemakers. Andrea founded Tenuta L’Armonia in 2010, and as part of Italy’s new generation of winemakers, sustainability is key to L’Armonia. The winemaker’s goal is to feature the region’s volcanic soils following biodynamic principles and making wine in a non-interventionist way and in complete harmony with the earth. Tenuta L’Armonia produces more than world-class wine; it is also a source of ancient wheat flour, olive oil and organic vegetables, all grown in the estate’s dark soils.
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