Protection and enhancement of the great terroir
Zoning from the beginning, started in the 1960s, led to the selection of the most suitable soils out of the 100 hectares of owned land, to the current surface of 40 hectares under vine. The remaining hectares consist of woodland, arable land, walnut trees, hedges, with the aim of protecting biodiversity, which ensures the necessary balance for the survival and health of the place. Each parcel hosts varieties and clones chosen according to the micro-terroir that houses them. Protection against building abuse has created the conditions to preserve this place, and careful agronomic practices have increased its value.