On the south bank of the River Sil, close to the Aquilianos Hills, we come across a small strip of old vineyards, between 480 and 530 metres above sea level. The soil is poor, shallow and consists of loose slate, so the vine roots find no difficulty in reaching the bedrock.
Most of these vineyards face north, the slopes are steep and the plantation density is 4,500 per hectare. The closeness of the Aquilianos Hills means that this is a fresh and rainy zone.
Our intention is to enhance the value of the vineyard in the area from a social, cultural and landscape point of view.