Climate

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The proximity to the Ionic Sea means that there are warm and salty air currents, creating an exceptional climate in the hinterland and a particularly mild environment with a notably high annual average temperature. The very temperate seasons are characterised by mild winters and hot summers, with heavy rain in autumn, occasional in spring and rare in summer, reaching a total of 600mm per annum. This climate, technically defined as a Mediterranean climate, has overnight temperatures low enough to delay the maturing of the grapes, enriching them with aromas and perfumes. These environmental conditions are comparable with some of those in the situation of the great French Cru, which allowed them to obtain wines that were very perfumed and had an unmistakeable taste. 

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