||Altitude: 360 m. a.s.l. Exposure: South.
||Double upside down, Guyot.
||Defined on the basis of the maturation curves of sugars, total acidity, pH. Grapes harvested in 2 t grape wagons.
||White. Cold decanting of the static must.
||15 months in vitrified cement casks without racking.
||It is useful to eat it with medium-matured cheeses, with elaborate fish dishes, with well-structured first courses, with white meats or as an aperitif wine, both long and at night. It is an important wine for those who love to taste wines that must be "listened to".