Our vineyards are found in two profoundly different areas of Trentino - a difference which is reflected in the wines' complex and unique nature.
On the hills of Pressano, the vineyards are at about 300 m above sea level where the continental climate offers great day/night temperature variations.
The soils derive from the weathering of rocks whose origin dates back to millions of years ago when sand, silt and mud was deposited on the bed of a sea that has long disappeared. The proof of this marine origin, shared with the rest of the Dolomites,
lies in the regularity of the rock layers and in the presence of marine-animal fossils found on the dolomitic peaks. These soils are deep and fertile, marked by their high mineral content.
Here we mainly grow white grape varieties such as Nosiola, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Bianco and Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Sauvignon as well as a single red grape variety, Lagrein.
The common characteristics of the wines originating in this area are their structure, marked and well-defined, as well as their distinct sapidity, evident persistence and their great aging potential.