Climate And Soil Environment


The hills in the Ghette site are from morainic origins, they formed after the withdrawal of the Piave glacier, and are therefore rich of Marlstone, a mixture of clay and calcareous material that gives flavour, complexity and structure to the wine.

Altitude and exposure

325 m above sea level; east, southeast with ideal lighting guaranteeing optimal photosynthesis and higher sugar levels for the grapes.


Excellent ventilation: dries up humidity preventing mould formation.


On average fresher than on the plains, yet displaying marked temperature ranges between day and night, giving a rich and elegant aromatic flavour.

Water system

A drier soil during maturation with a decreasing vegetative activity favours the sugar, aromas and noble polyphenols concentration in the grapes.