Venica’s vineyards occupy an area of 40 hectares and are located on different hills in the Collio region, each one of which, facing a different direction, has its own particular microclimate. This gives our wines an incredible complexity. The soils of the Collio region, known as “Ponka“, are composed of marl and sandstone dating back to the Eocene period. These stratifications that are also partly rocky are easily broken down by the weather pattern, that creates coarse elements that initially result in a granular soil and later in a very fine one. Over several seasons, this becomes an ideal substrate for viticulture, that provides minerals and flavour to our wines.