Our wines find their home in a structure that dates back to the first years of 1800. The building is entirely of tufa stone called tufo, a limestone rock typical of Salento. Its starry vaults, and the characteristics of the tuff allow the cellar to maintain a thermal insulation and a constant temperature, the ideal conditions to preserve the organoleptic properties of the wine, in the process of aging and storage.
The ancient underground tanks, from which the tuff to erect the building was extracted, are the habitat where the wine is stored during the summer months.
During the grape harvest, the bunches are immediately gathered and pressed. There is no storage in the meanwhile, in order to avoid the oxidation of the grapes and to allow the wine to convey all its scents.