In the world of wine, terroir is a concept of the relationship between land, vine and man. The land on which the vines are grown is believed to confer unique qualities unique to the region. It is no coincidence that the best wines with their own character bear the name of the place or vineyard they originate.
Good terroir is strictly limited, and when paired with the right grape variety, truly supreme wines are produced. In our vineyards, the local climate conditions are one of the keys to the success of the white varieties.
The wide range of temperatures – warm days and cold nights, the breeze from the winds due to the short distance to the coast of around 80 km, the fewer hours of sunshine – approximately 3 500 hours a year – and the altitude of 250 m above sea level, determine the prosperity of fresh and aromatic white and early ripening red varieties.