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Togni Rebaioli

Lombardia, Italy

About the producer

Located 40km from Franciacorta, Valcamonica is renowned more for its historical significance than its wine production. It holds the distinction of being the first site in Italy to be designated as a UNESCO World Heritage monument, owing to the presence of ancient petroglyphs scattered throughout the region. Enrico Togni may be a name unfamiliar to many, yet among those acquainted, he is revered as a visionary and trailblazer in one of northern Italy's most underappreciated regions. In 2001, Enrico made the bold decision to abandon law school and pursue his aspirations of becoming a farmer. Inheriting 1.5 hectares from his grandfather and acquiring an additional 1.5 hectares in the rugged terrain of Lombardy, he embarked on a journey to craft wines imbued with soul from what others might perceive as infertile soil and daunting terroir. His unwavering commitment to self-improvement and mastery of his craft has been the driving force behind his relentless pursuit of excellence. Today, he remains steadfast in his philosophy and mindset, dedicated to realizing his vision of producing exceptional wines that reflect the essence of their unique origins.

In the Vineyard

Organic biodynamic practices

The winery is currently undergoing biodynamic transition

Total area under vine

4.5 hectares

Location of vineyards

All vineyards are located in Erbanno

Soil details

Sand, silt and clay

In the Cellar

Fermentation practices

All wines undergo fermentation and aging in cement tanks and neutral French oak

Yeast utilized

Only wild yeasts used

Filtration stabilization

No filtration, no stabilization

Fermentation & aging vessels

All wines undergo fermentation and aging in cement tanks and neutral French oak

Additional notes


Enrico Togni

Winemaking style

Enrico stands as a pioneer in this relatively unknown area, employing natural methods in crafting wines, adopting a hands-off approach that grants the wines the opportunity to articulate their own narrative.

Wines produced

Martina Rosato, 1703 Nebbiolo, San Valentino Erbanno, Marti Cuntrare

Total production

Depending on the vintage, roughly 20,000 bottles are produced each year