Different grape varieties behave differently depending on the altitude. The choice to use multi-altitude terroirs comes from the decision to achieve wines with great complexity and distinctive expression.
The expression and richness of each grape varies mainly due to the characteristics of the regions and the altitude at which the vineyards are located. The higher its elevation, the lower the temperature and the wider the thermal range between day and night. Depending on how high or how low the vineyards are located, the grapes will develop differently in terms of color, aroma and texture. The fruits are also affected by the intensity of sunlight and the characteristics of the soil that depend, at the same time, on the altitude of the terroir.
Although the vineyards are of different altitudes, they all produce varieties of grapes that can be combined with each other.
The exclusive microclimates favor the production of a vast collection of varietals, while the grapes reach optimum maturity and thrive according to the uniqueness of each of the terroirs.
The combination of these various factors, together with the Passion of our winemakers, make our wines valuable and unique products by nature.