“A land of extreme contrasts, of uncertain landscapes that you must know how to listen to… and understand”
A land we carry in our hearts and that we care for, as our parents did, our grandparents, as well as their parents before them. A land where the leaves blow in the wind, where the centenarian vines are twisted. A land that is arid and rocky and is thirsty for endeavour. A great diversity of soils: the white limestone on the plains, the reddish clay on the hills and the slate on the slopes.