Vinification and ageing
Broom and lavender grow along the walls of the cellar, where the grapes from every parcel of land are meticulously selected and checked berry by berry. Each vineyard is vinified separately, in order to bring out the different characteristics.

During the first months of the ageing process, the wines are racked and tasted several times before reaching the final blends of the various parcels in February. The only exception is PS, which comes from a single parcel and is aged and bottled separately.

This is followed by long months of care and slow evolution, during which the vigour of the tannins gives way to the finesse and complexity that are the essential characteristics of our wines.