The magnificent National Park in the Euganean Hills, that soars up as if by miracle in the heart of Veneto, plays host to the Pirio hill, 230 meters a.s.l., a place that fascinates me for its abundance of flora and fauna, for its 180-degree panorama of Venice on one side and the Dolomites on the other, but above all for the unique characteristics of the ground made up of a layer of marl penetrating to a depth of 11 metres.
The identity of this territory has proven its great potential when planted with the Yellow Muscat grape variety which here is known as Fior D’Arancio. The origin of the soil is volcanic, rich in trachyte, chalk and clay that in my vineyard are mixed with marl and loam. This is where the name Maeli comes from.
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