The microclimate of the lake plays a crucial role for the vine, mitigating both the cold weather and the summer heat. The climate also influences the budding, as the spring vegetation here tends to develop later than in other vineyards located farther inland.
The soil has glacial origins and it presents a high morainic stratification as well as sedimentary elements, mainly limestone, rich in mineral salts. Clay and silt give minerality and freshness to our wines.
Our wines are distinguished by their ability to faithfully reflect the vintage, thus becoming a logbook of what happens to the vine during the year.
"Wine is a kaleidoscope. You look into it once and you can never go back to that moment. It always changes."