Our vineyards are located in five different Municipalities, each of which has a different type of soil, specific for each grape variety planted. The soils in this area usually consist of clayey-sandy marl of marine origin, with a fair amount of lime. The percentages of the main components change in every vineyard and there can be more or less sandy veins or chalk veins even on the same hill. This is the reason why the same grape variety, planted in different areas, can sometimes give different results, even when the grapes are vinified by the same producer, using the same technique and procedure. Knowledge of the land is essential, in order to choose the right root stocks when we plant a vineyard, but also to choose the best cultivation and vinification techniques.