Agriculturists, Artisans and Artists is the motto and banner of the Triple A movement, founded by Luca Gargano in 2001. The manifesto brings together winemakers who work in opposition to technological vinification, which tends to blur the identity of the terroir. Wines with the Triple A label are made by winemakers who have a timeless approach to the art and craft of viticulture and oenology.


Most of the wines produced in the modern world are standardised, in other words they are made using agronomic and oenological techniques that eliminate the characteristics of the grape variety, the imprint of the terroir and the personality of the producer.

Standardisation produces identical wines throughout the world, with fixed organoleptic characteristics that cannot stand the test of time. In the vineyards, the use of chemicals is avoided, which favours the natural harmony of the vines in the landscape. After the harvest, natural yeasts, known as “indigenous” yeasts, are the vector of the alchemy of fermentation. During bottling, the wines are not filtered in order to preserve their innate character and liveliness, and very little or no SO2 is used.

Great wines, those that convey real emotion, are the result of agriculture and winemaking that are as non-interventionist as possible. These fundamental criteria are shared by winegrowers who are committed to an approach that respects the environment, as well as the women and men involved.


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