A territory, that of Guado al Tasso, characterized by the Bolgheri Amphitheater, a series of hills that enclose the plain overlooking the sea, capable of creating a unique microclimate, with large temperature ranges. The Guado al Tasso vineyards are located at the foot of the Amphitheater and, at night, the cold air comes down from the hills to cool the rows of vines. These particular climatic conditions give the grapes a strong aroma and guarantee a perfect ripening of the grapes. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and sometimes a small proportion of Petit Verdot, to represent the elegance, complexity and structure of the Bolgheri terroir. It is produced since 1990 from vineyards located on a soil of alluvial origin, from clay-sandy to clay-silt, with the presence of Bolgheri agglomeration (skeleton).