Pisoni From 1852, a story about Trentino Among the vineyards of the Valle dei Laghi, where the Brenta Dolomites, a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, meet the northern part of Lake Garda, stands our winery, the rural spirit of an important family with a longstanding tradition as winemakers of Trentino. Of the few wineries in Trentino specialised in making the renowned Vino Santo Trentino DOC, a Slow Food Presidium, our winery in Pergolese produces white and red wines of great structure and elegance, thanks to biodynamic farming methods. For us at the Pisoni winery in Pergolese, the rural spirit is a fusion of passion and love for the region of Trentino, a rediscovery of traditions and ancient cultivation methods, a set of values dictated by Mother Nature with her seasons and cycles. The rural spirit is also direct contact with rural culture, where innovation and tradition coexist in harmony, exalted in the sublime aroma emitted by the natural biodynamic wines of the Pisoni winery. Cousins and keen wine enthusiasts, Marco and Stefano of the Pisoni winery have spent, and still more than ever today spend their time cultivating the land with love, respect, dedication and enthusiasm. Their daily work is characterised by the slow pace of rural life and ancient farming methods. They trained at the Istituto Agrario di San Michele all’Adige (Agricultural Institute) and have always adopted environmentally friendly agricultural techniques at Azienda Agricola in Pergolese, using biodynamic farming methods to produce entirely natural wines. We believe that nothing is accomplished by force, challenging the vital forces of nature. This is why on our estates in the Valle dei Laghi we have always applied the principles of biodynamics, which involve respecting the lunar calendar and using organic substances such as compost. As we were among the first to introduce integrated organic production methods to the vineyards of Trentino, we are committed to protecting the environment, thanks to methods that do not require chemical products and to the use of ancient cultivation techniques such as the horse-drawn plough.