A close bond between tradition
We hand pick the best grapes and place them in small containers to preserve their integrity.
Later, the bunches and individual berries undergo further selection to obtain the best of every harvest. We think that the birth of a fine wine also depends on constant research into new technologies.
During fermentation in steel tanks we personally check every process, from pumping over to punching, every phase being temperature-controlled. In the barrel cellar there is a strong link between tradition and a continuing effort to improve.
Our wines spend over two years ageing in fine Allier and Slavonian oak, followed by bottle ageing for the time required to enhance the aromas and the character that make our wines unique and inimitable.