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The province in which Lusenti is located, Piacenza, is close to the largest cities in Northern Italy, but is still little known. This factor makes it almost untouched by tourist activity and foreign to most explorers due to its beauties. However, we, citizens of this land, are pleased to welcome you if you are a lover of one slow lifestyle, rustic and respectful of the surrounding nature. But not only that... Piacenza is also perfect for the most adventurous! We will be able to show you trekking routes, routes to do with mountain bikes or on horseback.

territorial identity

Gaetano, the founder of Lusenti, before leaving, left a notebook where he wrote all his thoughts: what he had to buy and all the appointments he made with the agronomists. I will never be able to forget one of these pages, on April 25, 1984, he noted: 
Grapes have color, taste, aroma. All this is given by light and heat which transforms into matter and gives quality to the grapes.

Then man intervenes, with his knowledge and his feelings. Man enters the vineyard and tries to understand the plants, which each express themselves in a different way. Understanding a plant is like knowing a person, because every action you take on it produces a reaction. This reaction, if positive, allows us to understand how to move forward, make it grow and enjoy its maturity.

Gaetano had a simple life, but he understood work in the countryside as an art form.
In short, it was a precursor of a concept Sincere nature, generous, who does not need hypocrisy and words, and even less labels. Like art, if it is true and heartfelt. It is from this philosophy that Lusenti has always renounced fiction and taken the path of cultivation that goes beyond organic, absolutely respectful of Nature.

We prefer native vines, such as Malvasia di Candia Aromatica, Ortrugo, Barbera and Bonarda in order to best enhance our unique terroir. Our soils are purely clayey, with some limestone plots and are strategically located, where the sun guarantees good ripening of the grapes during the summer. For us, a sip of our wine must be a journey to our land
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