this year started with a mild and dry Winter, and temperature a bit higher than the seasonal average. The low pressure was recorded only by the end of February and March. In Spring there was a rise of the temperature, with an early germination about 10 days. Soon after the germination there was a climatic discontinuity, with lower temperatures and heavy rainfall that impoverished the early germination. Spring was a consistently rainy season, far above the average of this period, causing in this way an increase in downy mildew, making the management of the vineyards harder than usual. The flowering there was between the end of May and the beginning of July, with an irregular course. In this case, a more protracted time of setting, that produced loose bunches. Fortunately, Summer was a windy season, with no extreme temperatures and a few rainstorms. Thanks to this, there was an excellent development of the vegetation. The harvesting process was regular, but with a grapes maturation slower than average. September was characterized by rainfalls that determined heterogeneity in the final phase of the grapes maturation. The rainy Summer produced a particularly complicated year for what concerns the phytosanitary condition. Cool temperatures facilitated mostly white grapes, determining delicate and cool wines, with high acidity and with intense and elegant olfactory profiles.