The climate is typical of the piedmont area. It permits an even distribution of precipitation between both spring and autumn, and a ventilation of the vineyard supported by almost daily “descending” winds brought about by the Alpine bow. In the winter, snow is frequent, which supports the slow process of sedimentation of the soil.
Harvest begins in the first part of October. The grapes are crushed and macerated for about 15 days in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. The wine is aged for two years in Slovenian oak of different origin and size, then one year in bottle before release.