The moraine hills, oriented towards the south, date all the way back to the last ice age. The slope is directly
adjacent to Castelfeder.
The soil consists of various South Tyrolean types of rocks (lime marl, granite, slate, dolomite rock, etc.) With a
thickness of up to one meter, this gravelly ground is supported by a porphyritic cliff. Due to this specific soil structure and the small terraces, the heat is absorbed throughout the day and
emitted onto the vines at night. The small terraces are built exclusively by hand. The planted variety we are speaking of is Cabernet Sauvignon. Merlot is cultivated at the foot of the hill. Both
wine types are then blended into a Cuvée Learn (Cabernet/Merlot Riserva).
The grapes undergo fermentation at a controlled temperature before remaining in oak barrels for up to
18 months. After aging in the bottle for an additional year, the wine is then ready to be placed on the market for sale.