The vineyards that surround the winery are exposed to the North-East at an average altitude of 400 m. above sea level, a strategic factor because it can allow slow ripening and late harvests.
The soils slope gently towards Lake Arancio, which offers a stabilized microclimate with temperatures that tend downwards compared to the reference seasonal averages of the surrounding area.
This brings and allows perfect ripening cycles with a more pronounced slowness in the higher hilly areas.
The type of soil is medium-textured, tending to be clayey and slightly calcareous.
The idea is to enhance, on the hilly slopes, the different types of land by combining the different varieties of berries, so as to increase the relationship between variety and terroir.
The cultivated vines are mainly Nero d´Avola, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Petit Verdot among the red berried ones, Grecanico, Grillo, Insolita, Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio among the white berried ones.