The south and west-facing vineyards are on Eocene terrain with a base of pietraserena, galestro and limestone.
The terrain is harsh and stony, ideal for growing wines with a distinctive personality.
The hillside location favours the development of a complex, intense bouquet.

If I had to define the estate, I would describe it as traditional but not conservative. The grape-growing
and wine-making processes follow traditional criteria but are responsive to experimentation and monitoring in the field.
The vineyard measures 5.6 hectares in area and is divided into four squares harvested separately at the end of September.