On the slopes of Mount Archino at Monticelli, the little solitary hill where the poet and writer Ugo Foscolo once spent some time, aromatic white grapes have been grown ever since the early 1950s.
During the same period, the Borin family lived on the summit of that hill, looking after the cultivation of the vineyard and orchard that surrounded the villa. Here, today, a selection of Sauvignon Blanc from France has found its ideal habitat. Thanks to the well-balanced composition of the soil and its excellent drainage capacity, the grapes are picked when they are completely ripe.
The wine has elegant aromas of medicinal herbs and exotic fruit, as well as a very rounded taste.