Terroir [tεrwar] comes from the French word terre -- land, earth, soil. Every terroir is the result of complex interactions between many factors intimately entwined and unique for each of them: geographic (location, soil, climate, topography), historical, and human (activities, traditions, know how's). The best terroirs have given birth to distinctive foods and wines that express these places' unique combinations of factors.

Savoir-Faire [savwaʀfε:r] literally translates from the French as "know how". In English however, it means being adaptable and adroit, knowing what to do in any situation.

Since 2000.


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