In Sequals, in the heart of the Friuli Grave DOC wine region, the grapes grow in lean soil, composed of more than 80% gravel and stones, called ''claps'' in the local language. Winegrowing here means accepting the austere profile of sometimes harsh nature. Among the stones of Sequals, however, grapes with intense and characteristic aromas are born. The rigorous architecture of the cellar, with its copper-lined walls, blends with the landscape that surrounds it. Here, between a sea of stones and gravel and the panorama of the Carnic Alps, ancient beauty and cutting-edge technologies coincide. The result is wines with an unmistakable typicality: there are some autochthonous types, but there are also international grape varieties that adapt to the particularly lean soil of this territory.
The Friuli Grave wine region and