This plot of land is situated at 400 metres above sea level. With a light slope inclination of 3%, it lies in a trough slanting towards the north. The bedrock consists of porphyry, and the plantation borders with the biotope, Castelfeder. The layer of soil is in part not any deeper than 70 cm, meaning that both the growth and the yield of this wine are extremely low.


The grapes are pressed directly after being picked. The grape must (fruit juice) is fermented in a 15-hectolitre wooden barrel and aged on the fine lees. The wine is bottled after remaining in a wooden barrel for one year.