A demanding environment
At an average altitude of 900 meters above sea level, even exceeding 1,000 meters in some plots, conditions are extreme. Even for vines that have seen decades of growth. During the winter temperatures reach temperatures of up to fifteen degrees below zero, which contrasts with dry and hot summers, which exceed thirty degrees Celsius on a recurring basis.
Contrasts that mark the character
The snows, which visit us frequently in the coldest seasons, cover the seas of pine forests and vineyards, giving them a magical aspect. The summer, on the other hand, subjects the vines to intense but balanced water stress. All these characteristics further condition the marked varietal character of our wines.