Collio's mild climate and soil rich in marl and sandstone stratification, called "flysch," create the ideal habitat for vineyards. The region's unique land of mountains, streams, and hills has its own microclimate, thanks to the proximity of the Adriatic Sea and the Pre Julian Alps.
Roberto Felluga, fifth-generation winemaker, focuses on sustainability, innovation and respect for the land's traditions. He adopts innovative processes supported by national and international scientific research to produce high-quality wines with minimal environmental impact.
The estate is VIVA-certified, using sustainable and nature-friendly agricultural practices such as integrated pest management and natural fertilizers, with the goal of achieving a circular economy. A photovoltaic system installed in February 2021 has allowed the cellar to reach energy independence. The quality of both white and red wines is born from these vines, expressive of the territory and its history.
For more information about the cellar and its wines, please visit the official website at marcofelluga.com.