Produced from Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier grapes, it is fermented and aged in steel casks.
The name derives from a farm whose owners provided shelter for ageing priests who were no longer able to work in their parishes, a sort of “convent”. Later the name took on the meaning of "hill of wind".
It is created with the idea of representing the refreshing breeze from the Mediterranean, bringing a bit of saltiness and giving a pleasant freshness in the mouth.
The wine was first produced in 1985 and production is a limited to 4,000 bottles per year.
sandy soil with presence of subtle gravel, very deep, rich in micro and macro elements, guarantees freshness and good yields. Exposition east-west.
Vitigni: Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot - Viognier - Sauvignon blanc