The hills are gently placed from south to southwest at a height of 130 to 230 meters. The locations called „Terre Bianche“ are further divided into 4 vineyards which historically carry the names of hills on top of which they lie.
Bomarchese – where Malvasia is grown; Ferné – the vineyard of Chardonnay; Contarini – a location where apart from the occasional white wine, almost all red wines come from; and San Pellegrin – the vineyard of the white Muscat.

It is precisely with these names visible on our labels that we are trying to convey the importance we place on the terroir concept.