The new vineyards were planted in 2018 in Cattignano, one of the 15 macrozones, or crus, of the territory at a height of 520 metres above sea level, on a slope facing south-east to allow optimal exposure and temperature range. This CRU has substrates of volcanic (volcanic rocks, basaltic flows or columnar basalts) and calcareous (Mesozoic limestones) origin where, above all in the older vineyards, all “Durella” types can be found. Moreover, it is an area in which other varieties such as Chardonnay and Pinot nero have been planted in recent years. Analysis carried out on the musts have never given high sugar contents of the grapes and confirmed the high acidity of the wines, which is expressed in sensations of astringency.