Sustainable Wine Tourism Practices

Bodegas Viña Ijalba

 

Wine lovers will be able to verify the Viña Ijalba´s commitment with the environment through the explanation about how we recovered gravel extraction soils to plant our vineyards and the green filter we use to purify sewage waters to irrigate our vines and gardens later on.

We also provide tourists with details about the alternative power sources for the energy used in the winery, and the recovery of all those native grape varieties that existed in our area some decades ago.

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The estate is situated on the south west side of the Chianti hills where the peculiarity of the calcareous land, the mildness of the climate and the laboriousness of men enhance the production of high quality wines. The owners have long worked in the research and reimplant of the almost extinct grapes and have applied the organic farming techniques since 1998 in a way to obtain wines rich in savours and personality, which remember ancient country memories.

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