Vinco is the willow branch used in the past for binding the plant. This bond inspired three young men in 2014 (Daniele Manoni, Marco Fucini and Nicola Brenciaglia), when they decided to get together to write an important page in the process of rediscovering and redeveloping the Lake Bolsena area through one of the most authentic and traditional grapes: Canaiolo (Nero) or Cannaiola. We are in Marta, a small village south of the lake. A place of magnificent volcanic soil, with sandy and clay loam soils, altitudes between 250 and 450 m above sea level and constant breezes. Here, under the supervision of Andrea Occhipinti (another standard-bearer of the rebirth of this land through the thousand interpretations of Aleatico), they run two vineyards totalling just over 2 hectares (one of the free-range vineyards) from which they obtain a white wine (from Procanico grapes, Roscetto and Malvasia grapes) and two reds (from Cannaiolo Nero grapes), wines that are the result of a natural, respectful and non-interventionist viticulture and of vinification that is not at all sophisticated (steel and cement) for just over 3000 bottles characterised by great freshness, drinkability and enjoyment. True hymns to the land and nature.