The first vineyards of the estate were planted in 1865 in Montù Beccaria in Oltrepò Pavese.
Today, the Tonalini Estates cover over 70 hectares in the hilly territory of Oltrepò Pavese.
It respects its tradition by producing DOCG Metodo Classico and Charmat sparkling wines, red wines based on Croatina, Barbera, Pinot Noir and Rare Grapes and white wines based on Riesling, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
It will host the tests managed by the University of Pavia, which will qualify the impact of the various soil management techniques to increase the resilience of the vineyards against extreme rainy or drought events and reduce the incidence of surface landslides and erosion phenomena in order to limit the structural damage to the plants and the loss of organic matter and the tests managed by the Catholic University of Piacenza to assess the impact of spatial variability in the vineyards on basal bud fertility characterized by alternate production and reduce basal fertility. These experiments will be conducted in the Tenute Tonalini vineyards in Oltrepò Pavese.
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