We are fully committed to environmentally-friendly sustainable agriculture, with our main focus firmly on the terroir.
Our cultivation methods are traditional and fully ecological: rather than using chemical fertilisers and weed killers, we work the soil with machines and put in a great amount of manual labour at each stage of the vines’ growth cycle.
Green work on the vine canopy during the growth stages is an absolutely essential part of controlling the yield: pruning, de-budding, and removing unwanted grapes before they fully ripen.
Each of our wines gives full expression to the vineyard's terroirs and grape varieties—including grenache, which we consider to be the king of grapes.
Grapes are, of course, picked by hand and packed into small crates. This ensures that the fruit is respected and avoids the risk of oxidisation that occurs when grapes are crushed. Each parcel of land is scrupulously monitored to ensure that harvesting occurs at exactly the right moment.
We uncompromisingly select grapes whilst still on the vine, and again once they reach the sorting table in the winery.