As all grape aromas are extracted to the wine during maceration; choosing the right date for harvest is mandatory for the quality. Ripe pips develop aromas of vanilla and hazelnut, even showing a slightly sweet taste. Tannins from grape skins do not show this sweetness, but can be very elegant. A well-cultivated soil gives freshness to the wine, which will get into balance with the tannins.
Balance and harmony are the cornerstones of nature. While transforming grapes into wine, we have to stay close to this principle and to the very essence of our vines.