The vineyards are located near a village, on a hill approximately 500 meters above sea level.
The soil is derived from a breakdown of granite with the presence of basalt and other effusive rocks. The soil is machined in the spring and summer and has a sandy texture.
The vines are grown on trellises, and are spur pruned 100 cm apart and 180 cm between the rows.
The vines are fertilised in the autumn with composted organic fertilisers. After the blossoming of the flowers and the fruit set the excess shoots are eliminated, and before the fruits change colour the bunches are thinned. In the spring the vines are treated with pesticides - copper salts and sulfur, rarely systemic.
The average production is less than 70 quintals per hectare.