The property is located in the northern part of the township of Cormons, one of the major centers for the production of fine white wine in all of northern Italy. Here we are close to the border with Slovenia and much of the local population is bi-lingual, equally at home with Italian and Slovenian.
Keber’s great-grandfather, Franc, came in fact from Vipulzano across the border, and the agriculture which he practiced, was a mixed one: fruit, grapes, and hay for the Austrian army and Ribolla Gialla for the Austrian court in Vienna.
The house line, as is the custom in Friuli, is a large and varied one, but among the wines which regularly stand out are the Chardonnay Riserva Grici, the the Friulano Zegla, both the Merlot Riserva and the Sauvignon Riserva Grici.
And, above all, the cask-aged blend of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Ribolla, and Friulano, given a lengthy aging period before commercial release.
Only recently constructed, this beautiful and highly functional winery is built in a vertical position lying entirely underground; its eco compatibility criteria follows the same methods that have been used in the vineyard for many years, thus ensuring that the vinification and racking do not traumatize the end product.