The vineyards have been breathing under our hands for more than a hundred years. We have enriched the years-long practice of the generations before us with our own approach. It includes, above all, the respect for tradition by cultivating the indigenous varieties, as well as hard work on increasing the quality by reducing yield and applying modern technology.
We make wine in the vineyard, twelve months a year, where the quality of our lives at the same time depends on the quality our vines. Nurturing wine in the cellar is the climax and the closure of a one-year cycle. In this way, our lives intertwine with the fruits of our land. But no one has a Carte Blanche for this red soil! What we do have is an enormous responsibility to understand the messages it sends us and to treat it with respect.