Mottura’s vineyards are mainly bush and vertical trellis trained, the former having an average age of 60 per plant and the latter 10-15 years old.
The bush-trained plants are grown in “white soils” where there is a higher concentration of tuff, which favours the production of full-bodied, concentrated and very fragranced wines.
The average production per hectare is 8,000/10,000 kilos for the vertical trellis-trained vineyards and 3,000/4,000 kilos per hectare for the bush-trained vineyards.
The vineyards are managed according to production technical guidelines whose goals are to guarantee integrated management, excellent quality standards and the traceability of the entire production chain.
The Mottura winery in Tuglie has a storage capacity of 800,000 litres and has all of the most advanced technologies for stabilising the wines.
There is a barrique cellar where the company’s top wines are aged in oak wood.
All areas are temperature-controlled to guarantee the best product preservation.