The Cellar

A great wine needs excellent work in the cellar. This is why we attach great importance to the performance of all operations, from the inception of the grapes, to temperature control, to the appropriate use of the containers up to the refinement phase.

In the cellar, after manual selection on the sorting table, the grapes are de-stemmed and crushed. Once in the tanks, the separate fermentation for each type of grape takes place in steel, at controlled temperature. The wines then mature in steel, in wooden barrels or in medium toasted French oak barrels according to the type of grape and for a variable time. Finally, the wine continues its refinement in the bottle for a few months.