Lunaria Ramoro Pinot Grigio


  • Organic, Biodynamic (Demeter) and Biodiversity Friendly Wine. Spontaneous fermentation. Natural tartaric stabilization.
  • Cultivated in huts (tendone or Abruzzo pergola), the form of training that most of all restores its natural vegetative development to the vine. In the hut, on a horizontal roof of wires, the vines grow harmoniously and naturally and the leaves catch the wind and the sun. This form of cultivation can not be mechanized and therefore linked to the dexterity and experience of the winemaker. The cultivation of the vine in the huts will continue as long as the small peasant property survives.
  • This Pinot Grigio is fermented on the grapes’ skins and therefore comes out “orange” in color, resulting in a rich palate texture that must be experienced to be believed.
  • Serve this wine between 10-12°C.

Varietal Composition: 100% Pinot Grigio

Elaboration: Spontaneous fermentation works with what nature offers each year and entrusts the strength and health of the territory and the vineyard with obtaining grapes rich in yeasts which are essential for fermentation in the cellar. The spontaneous fermentation of wines is the fundamental condition for giving life to a wine capable of restoring the authentic flavors of a territory. Natural refrigeration only. Refinement in concrete vats and bottles.

Tasting Notes: Coppery color, intense nose, floral, fruity with yellow pulp, ethereal scents, fresh, intense and sapid in the mouth.




Cantina Orsogna is a (very) progressive cooperative of thirty one growers in Italy’s central province of Abruzzo. The company was one of the first of its kind to move to 100% organic farming back in 2002, and they are the largest Biodynamic wine producer in Italy, having been certified by Demeter since 2005. We are currently working with their fruit-forward, sometimes experimental “Lunaria” line which showcases single varietal bottlings from grapes well-suited to the climate of the coastal Terre di Chieti subregion.

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