The word terroir literally translated from French means “territory” or “terrain”.
In reality, when we refer to the terroir, we want to understand under a single concept the set of pedoclimatic and traditional factors of man and oenology, which make up a wine and which give it its typicality.
What characterizes a wine is precisely the set of different factors such as the climate, the composition of the soil, the vine, the winemaking tradition and the work of man.
These elements, depending on how they are combined, are able to create unique and characteristic products, expressions of the territory where they come from.
Man is the last of the pieces of this puzzle and has the task of adequately caring for the vineyards and finally enhancing the fruits that come from the vineyards in the cellar, respecting the grapes as much as possible.