Native vines yield grapes with lots of tannins, which protect the wine from oxidisation. Long maceration and prolonged ageing create structured and complex wines.
Wines characterised by finesse rest in concrete tanks to await those wines characterised by structure. This passage interrupts the wine’s evolution but the sediments and yeasts continue to enrich it with noble substances.
Very prolonged ageing in neutral containers (concrete or ceramic) allows the fullest expression of the vineyard in the wine, making the tannins silky and smooth: the resulting wines acquire elegance and complexity, without losing cleanliness, precision and freshness.