Pecorino/Chardonnay + Trebbiano/Manzoni Bianco/Verdicchio/Grenache Gris. The Concrete white and red are newer bottlings for this young winery. The majority of the Bianco blend comes from De Fermo's 2.5 ha. of Pecorino (30 years average vine age) and 2.5 ha. of Chardonnay (the latter planted in 1926). In both cases, the fruit is harvested earlier for its freshness, with the riper fruit from later harvest going into the more powerful mponovarietal wines Don Carlino Pecorino and Launegild Chardonnay. The balance of the blend is from an experimental half-hectare plot of mixed varieties. All of the vineyards are certified-biodynamic. The grapes are hand-harvested, destemmed, macerated for a few hours and then fermented with native yeasts and no temperature control in tank. The wine is aged in concrete tanks--hence the very literal name of the wine--for 6-7 months and bottled without fining or flitering; sulfur is used judiciously at racking but not at bottling. Since the wine is classified as Vino Bianco, the only geographical indicator on the bottle is "L.A." for the locale of Loreto Apruntino.