The Friuli lowland, between the Pre- Alps and the Adriatic Sea, is a wide region formed by floods from Meduna, Cellina e Tagliamento rivers which, throughout the years, have deposited calcareous material from the Dolomites. The mountains, not only form the soil but protect the whole region from the cold northern winds. This, together with the beneficial warming action of the Adriatic sea, is a precious advantage for vineyards growing. The soil, characterized by a rocky surface, emphasizes the temperature range between night and day, facilitating the growth of grapes with strong aromas and, consequently, perfumed and elegant wines.