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Veneto

In 1974 Guido Fidora, decided to convert the family estate to organic agriculture.  At that time being organic was not a fashion and the word “organic” itself was not even associated with agriculture as it is today.  Chemicals had been promoted as the right, innovative way to grow crops for about one century.  Everybody just seemed to have forgotten their past, thousand-year chemical-free experience.  

Today, Civranetta estate is one of the oldest examples of an organically cultivated environment in Italy, and the oldest in the Veneto region.  The flourishing plants and the numerous animal species are testement to how a different agricultural method can improve our life conditions and change the world as we know it.

All of Fidora's vineyards are cultivated according to two general concepts: avoiding chemicals and developing biodiversity.


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Fidora Valpolicella DOC (Biologico/Organic) 2015

Fidora Valpolicella Ripasso DOC (Biologioco/Organic) 2014

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Fidora Pinot Grigio Venezia DOC (Biologico/Organic) 2016