The vineyards are in the hills between Cormons and San Floriano del Collio, a zone with good exposure and ideal temperature swings which favour the formation of aromatic precursors in the grapes.
ALTITUDE: 150–250 metres above sea level.
TYPE OF SOIL:
Marl and sandstone soil known locally as '”ponca” and in which marine fossils are often found.
TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot and cappuccina.
HARVEST: By mid-September.
The de-stemmed grapes undergo soft pressing and the first-pressing must is then fermented in temperature-controlled steel tanks. Once the residual sugars have been used up, the wine is left to settle in steel in contact with noble lees.