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Our vineyards at Rolle
The area is a long east-west ridge, where the vineyards grow on soil with slopes of different degrees (20-50%) and at different elevations. Vines are cultivated on all the hilly slopes.
This wine grape growing district, protected and sheltered by the Prealps, is the hottest in the area, particularly from August to October. Rainfall is distributed throughout the year, creating the reserves for the months in which the grapes have the most need.
The vineyards grow on soils mainly comprising marl and shale. This pedological diversity produces grapes with complex compositions.
Types: Glera – Boschera – Verdiso – Perera – Bianchetta
Our vineyards at Gai
The hilly nature of the area recalls the huge Piave glacier, whose ‘U’ shaped valley ends in the morainic arena of Gai. The landscape comprises rich biodiversity where the vineyards meander among the wooded scrub.
As this zone lies at a higher elevation, average temperatures are the lowest in the area. The rainiest months are April and May, with moderately good distribution throughout the year
The soil features large quantities of gravel in the subsoil, together with clay.
The grapes grown here are ideal for use as a sparkling wine base, in which acidity is an element of finesse.
Types: Glera – Chardonnay – Pinot Nero – Cabernet Sauvignon – Cabernet Franc – Merlot
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Sitting in the shade on a beautiful day and looking up at the lush green hills is the best rest.Jane Austen
The hilly morphology comprises a series of elongated east-west ridges.
The soil in the area is mainly of sedimentary origin, comprising the marl and clay ideal for producing wine grapes of excellent quality.
In a bid to preserve the territory and protect nature, work on the vines is carried out by hand.