Out amidst the vineyard huts, old vines stand on small terraces of extremely dry soil with high water permeability. The vineyard faces west-by-southwest, meaning the vines enjoy sunlight throughout the entire day. Dry masonry, the stones in the soil and the craggy red tephrite rock faces reflect some warmth and absorb the rest during the day for slow release at night. The wines show a one-of-a-kind minerality that, despite its rich character, is notable for stunning elegance and finesse.
Rare structure with a thin layer of loess over a bedrock of weathered volcanic rock.