Vineyards: Cru of ancient Grillo at 500 mt a.s.l
Land: medium texture and average limestone
Pruning system: Guyot
Grapes: Grillo 100% manual harvest
Yield per hectare: 60 quintals
Harvest: first decade of September
Winemaking: Destalking, soft pressure, fermentation through indigenous yeasts and skin contact for 40 days, refining on the lees until bottling.
Colour: Intense straw yellow with golden reflections.
Smell: Wine of great complexity where typical varietal scents blend in perfect harmony with spicy and citrus notes given by prolonged contact with the skin.
Taste: A wine with an excellent gustatory structure, an enveloping mouth, with a typical sapid vein supported by fine and tasty tannins, the long, dynamic and balanced finish accentuates the pleasantness of the mouthfeel, which is smooth and elegant.