From an historical country house in Velletri, 40 km south of Rome, in 2018 the little vineyard Colle Formica was born from a family that has owned and worked these nearly three hectares with love and respect for over a century. Little more than 1 ,5 hectares host the Malvasia and Trebbiano, with vines over 40 years old, the rest of the property hosts more than 180 century-old olive trees and a vegetable garden for the family. For the red and Rosé wines the grapes (Sangiovese) come from a nearby wineyard. Colleformica is near the Appia, the “Regina Viarum” of the ancient romans that connects Rome to the southern regions. These vineyards are approximately 200 mt over the sea level with a rich volcanic soil with clay components. Colleformica produces its wines without herbicides, pesticides, and chemical fertilizers. In the winery the wine is prepared only with local yeast, without a temperature control and with just the strictly necessary addition of sulphites. The racking and bottling follows the lunar phases.