Although the vineyard is the heart of our production, the regenerative action undertaken in Vèngore favors sociality and integration among crops, woodlands, animals, and humans. We follow the principles of permaculture, a complete agricultural ecosystem. We preserve the forest surrounding the valley through rational forestry practices, paying particular attention to the protection of tall trees. At the foot of the hills, the ancient meadows have welcomed the cultivation of einkorn wheat (known in Italian as "piccolo farro"), the first cereal to have been cultivated by humans in the fertile Mesopotamian plains. We also allocated 5,000 m² to hazelnuts, native cultivation typical of Piedmont, of which Tonda and Gentile are an excellence of the region. Since 2020, we have expanded the green lung of Vèngore, planting 300 tall trees, which will form a new ecosystem. By the roots of the trees, where the soil is now dry, the humus of the new forest will bring vital lymph, regenerating its bacterial flora and contributing to the birth of a natural and perennial truffle ground.
Our donkeys and ships graze among fields, forests, and vine rows of Vèngore. We have reintroduced them into the ecosystem by looking at the ancient farming traditions of the area. Animals help fertilize the land and regulate the growth of wild herbs, further limiting human intervention.