In the shadow of Mount Denavolo, on the footsteps of the Apennins, lie the vineyards of Denavolo. Vigneron Guilio Armani has also worked for La Stoppa for many years and is able to handle both operations due to the altitudes of the parcels at Denavolo, which allow him to harvest and vinify later than the operation at La Stoppa. He even uses the cellars at La Stoppa to vinify his Denavolo. His first cuvée in 2005 was a skin-macerated malvasia made from 32-year old vines in his 2 ha vineyard 'Debe' which sits at 350-450m on clay-limestone.