Owned by the Togn family, Maso Poli is an old farmhouse built in 1700 and recently renovated in tune with the local landscape but with a new architectural interpretation. It is surrounded by fifteen hectares of land, ten of which are vineyards, in a perfect position in terms of altitude, soil composition, exposure to the sun and shelter from cold winds.
“Give wine a soul, make it unique, distinctive and intimately linked to its terroir”: this is Maso Poli’s rationale and philosophy. The entire estate is given over to the cultivation of vines, with a focus on just a few local native varieties, under rigorous parameters that involve constant selection and research to obtain the highest possible quality.
Throughout the entire wine-making process, Maso Poli fashions a propitious coexistence between traditional techniques and modern methods.