Our vineyards are neither highly organised nor highly homogeneous but they are our territory and everything that it represents. Like any population, where all the stages of man's life, and all the various cultural and social aspects are represented, so, too, in our vineyards young vines live alongside the not-so-young and the old, the different varieties and clones thrive together. Each brings something valuable to the whole and together they create a unique and typical wine.
A constant in these vineyards is the wide biodiversity which is also found in the wild flowers which grow at the edges of the fields. In recent years, a painstaking recuperation and replanting of local grape varieties has taken place, which was needed to replace vines which had reached over 100 years of age.