Much better than the 2011 and 2012 vintages; the climatic and rain trend was favourable to the vine and allowed a more balanced vegetative cycle compared to the previous vintages. In addition, a maturation distributed over time allowed the harvest period to reposition itself within the historical average. Fortunately, during the spring and early summer the rainfall was abundant, creating precious water reserves in the subsoil.
An extraordinary September with excellent day/night temperature ranges, created the conditions for a long, but very promising maturation, better than the two previous vintages. The maturation, unlike that of the recent years, was gradual, distributed in a suitable and not concentrated period of time, differently than what took place in 2011-2012; in this way it has brought higher qualitative parameters, because it favoured the accumulation of positive substances, such as the aromatic ones in the white grape, and polyphenolic ones in the red grape.