Research and attention to tradition makes for top-quality wines
The Buscaglia Wine Estate, in collaboration with the University of Milan, has recently performed studies, analyses, research and tests which have unmistakably established the unequivocal potential of our vineyards for the production of remarkable, full-bodied and long-lived reds.
With great respect for tradition, avoiding any abrupt change, our firm has fulfilled the dream of combining the historical Bonarda grape with Cabernet, Syrah and Pino Nero varieties.
These are ideal matches for creating rich and well structured wines, the diversified clones allowing the production of quality wines for aging.
Wine and art have always been strongly linked by the passion and dedication they are both born of
The fox on our label is taken from a work by painter Maurizio Immovilli, whose pictorial language is rich in expressions that are blended with images from the natural world.
The stylised fox is here as a symbol of unrestrained communication with nature, in a poetic, unreal world.
Thus, here the Fox’s head is upturned as if it were listening to ‘the sound of silence’ or a faraway echo – painted with the same colour dreams are made of.
There is a chromatic and symbolic correspondence in the image of the fox meant to recall the beauty of nature, the toughest routes, the hardest struggles that have lead to the intriguing challenge of taming our tough grapevines, the only aim being to create top-quality wines that only real nature-lovers, dreamers and poets can appreciate.
The estate is set on gentle clay hills, perfectly suited to the production of top-quality reds.
Strengthening our story are interesting archaeological finds in the area including fragments of vessels used for the transport of wine between the first century BC and the first century AD. These finds indicate the quality of the wine produced in Rovescala as they are fragments from what is considered luxury pottery, intended to contain only the best wines for the lunches of landowners and nobility.
The winemaking potential of our terrain goes hand in hand with the beauty of the town. A long, tree-lined main street runs along the crest of the hill which divides the town in two, both sides covered in vineyards and the colours of nature.