On the hills that dominate the Gambellara basin. The terrain, marked by slight acidity, a sandy texture and a rich content of minerals, originated over the course of centuries through alteration of volcanic rocks. The reduced fertility of the substratum enables the vines to maintain a natural balance between vegetation and production.
After the harvest, the grapes are subjected to drying for 4 months in appropriate rooms that are dry and airy. The fermentation of the dried grapes after pressing occurs at a controlled temperature of 18° C. (64° F.). Maturation is carried out in 7 hectoliter (184-gallon) barrels of oak of the Allier for 10 months and is followed by a further 12 months of fining in the bottle.