Soil: Clay and lime soil, with presence of sedimentary calcareous white dolomite stones
Vinification: The Pinot Grigio grapes are harvested in mid to late September from the Northeastern portion of the Andriano vineyards. This cooler parcel is ideal for the white varietals of Andriano and is responsible for the acidity and elegance unique to these wines. The wine is then fermented at controlled temperature in stainless steel vats and further rests on the lees for 5–6 months before bottling.
Taste: This wine is a light straw-yellow color with an intense fresh fruity bouquet including honeydew melon. This wine exhibits intense fruit with crisp fresh acidity, overall round and soft mid palate with a balanced long finish.