Several elements are taken into account to define a Terroir: Soil and subsoil, climate and exposure, etc. It only really reveals itself thanks to the talent of the winegrower to cultivate and above all choose the grape varieties most suited to each vineyard plot. Also, to define the conditions for their cultivation, determine the vinification and aging techniques. It is at the cost of this combination of factors that a terroir expresses its best.
Vines are happiest in poor soils, sometimes even arid. We avoid planting it in rich and humid areas. The highly developed root system of the plant can spread down to ten meters in search of water. The roots draw on all of the nutrients from the subsoil.