We are in Bolgheri, home of the famous Supertuscans. Here, in 1997, the Knauf family, German entrepreneurs who had been in Tuscany for years, went in search of a plot of land on which to build a new winery. After months of studies, they found what they were looking for near the so-called Fossa di Bolgheri, the main waterway in the area, protected by the inland hills that form a natural barrier to cold currents. This is where Campo alla Sughera was born, 20 hectares in the heart of the Bolgheri appellation, more than 16 of which are planted with vines. Between the sea and the hills, sand and marl that enhance the natural complexity and richness of the wines produced here today. Since 2017, this delicate task has been entrusted to the famous oenologist Stéphane Derenoncourt, an internationally renowned winemaker who, in addition to Bolgheri, works as a consultant for numerous estates in Bordeaux and with other winemakers around the world. Part of his philosophy is not to rush. This is why Campo alla Sughera's wines are left to mature without time constraints, in total harmony with nature.