“Biancoperso,” or “lost whites,” is a blend of native, local grape varieties from the area, including Procanico (Trebbiano Toscano), Rossetto (Trebbiano Giallo), and Malvasia Bianca Lunga vines which were planted in the sandy, volcanic soils of Montefiascone on Lake Bolsena, 450 meters above sea level. After crushing and destemming, the grapes spontaneously ferment in cement vats with their own natural yeasts and without the help of other oenological products. No clarification/filtration is carried out, and minimal sulfur dioxide (13 mg/l) is added only during the bottling phase. After a four day maceration on the skins, the wine remains in cement and steel vats for 6 months, before it is bottled and aged for 3 months before release. This is a delicious orange wine. 12% alcohol.