Andrea Cervini grew up in the vineyards, helping his uncle since he was a kid. The domain was producing grapes and making a small batch of wine every vintage, to sell to friends and neighbors in damigiane.
Andrea Cervini met Giulio Armani, the longtime winemaker of domaine La Stoppa, and developped a passion for natural wine which pushed him to start his own production. He started planting new vineyards in 2006 and today he grows grapes on 4 hectares planted on clay and limestone soil, of Malvasia di Candia Aromatica, Barbera and Bonarda, at an altitude of 200 meters high in Val Trebbia area. Andrea only uses sulfure and coper in the vineyards, and no chemicals whatsoever and keeps a high density of 5 000 vine per hectare, in order to keep producing good quality grapes.