Our winemaking philosophy centers on preserving the essence of the fruit and the terroir it originates from, encompassing both its unique attributes and challenges.

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Creating Quality Wines with Little Intervention

At our vineyard, we believe that less is more when it comes to the winemaking process. We allow the wine to mature naturally from harvest until it’s bottled, only intervening when necessary. Our approach involves minimal intervention, resulting in excellent quality wines.

Our white and red wines undergo fermentation in stainless steel tanks until they reach dryness. For the reds, we extend the maceration process by keeping them on their skins until the ideal time, before transferring them to French oak barrels.


During the aging process, the wine develops its characteristic flavor profile and aroma that is unique to the grape variety and the terroir. The wine is aged in oak barrels that impart subtle notes of vanilla, spice, and toast to the wine. The winemaker carefully monitors the aging process to ensure that the wine is developing as expected. Once the wine has reached its optimal maturity, it is bottled on site to preserve its freshness and flavor. The bottled wine is then stored in a temperature-controlled cellar until it is ready to be enjoyed by wine enthusiasts.

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