Growing Conditions

Pinot Grigio grapes grow on a Guyot system on medium-high and high hills between 350 and 800 meters above sea level. The deep, rich soil with a good content of clay and limestone, originates from the erosion of the mountain above. Exposures range from south to southwest.


The fermentation of the must takes place at a controlled temperature almost exclusively in stainless steel tanks, with a small quantity in barrique. The wine matures for about four months on its lees, separately, as during the fermentation process.

Food Pairing

The wine is an ideal combination for first courses like pasta, rice and cereal dishes, vegetable dishes and grilled white meat without any dressing.