We are in Apricena – full Gargano National Park – the first mining center in the south, where limestone is the distinctive element of the territory. Thanks to the close relationship with my land, I adopted an organic agronomic approach from the beginning and, following a long period of observation and study, I gained a deep knowledge of the terroir. After several years of production, I felt the need to isolate inside my vineyards some plots characterized by exclusively Kimmeridian calcareous soil. Thus the Calcarius Project was born: terroir mineral wines, tense and uncompromising. Indigenous varieties are bred on the farm which are the result of a historical-cultural contamination that has its roots in Magna Graecia: Nero di Troia, Bombino, Greco, Falanghina, Negroamaro and Aleatico above all. The approach in a wisely non-interventionist winery does the rest. The one indicated on all the labels are the atomic number (20) and the atomic weight (40.08) of the chemical element of calcium (Ca).