The principles behind the Ratti production philosophy are tied to the further development of the uniqueness of the production zones and the distinctive traits, connected to the vintages and to a pathway of vinification focused on a fuller significance of the wine’s territory.

The Ratti wine-making philosophy is founded on solid principles that have been in force for more than 50 years. It was Renato Ratti who had clearly delineated them. When he wrote about the “uniqueness of a determined subzone”, or of the “classification of the various vintages” and of “refinement through bottle aging to bestow and maintain smoothness, elegance and longevity to the wine,” he was setting the foundation of a methodology that would span the years without losing vigor or clarity.