When the grapes are perfectly ripened, the harvest begins. The grapes arrive in the cellar to be de-stemmed and crushed and placed in the lung press where a stop is made with the skins for about 4-8 hours, then the pressing cycle is started. The must obtained is cooled and decanted. The alcoholic fermentation starts on the clear must and at the end of the latter the temperature is lowered to about 8-10°C. In January 2/3 of the Chardonnay DOC Piave are placed in small carats of second and third passage wood where it begins a slow maturation in wood, for a period ranging between 6 and 12 months. When our oenologists consider a perfect balance between smell and taste, they define the assembly with the third part of the Chardonnay DOC Piave which was maturing in steel, the wine obtained is left to rest for at least 3-4 months before being bottled for a further 3 months refinement before being offered to our customers.