Not being an oenologist by training, he has always had a passion for the land, vineyards and wines.
Trained in the area of technology, he has always sought to follow the empirical knowledge of his elders, trying to establish a logic with the new knowledge.
Did some training in oenology, having the privilege of being able to test the knowledge of the oldest and youngest, with total freedom, without labor or commercial pressures, for more than twenty years ...
Makes some wines, which today are called Terroir wines, with a minimum of chemical intervention, allowing the wines to show for themselves the region of origin. Try to pass on this passion and knowledge to the young so that you can evolve qualitatively.