North Facing Slopes
Soils vary of course but there are two dominate soil types. The north facing slopes consist of a great deal of argile/clay, with abundant river rocks and some strains of iron. The higher up the slope the less argile one finds.
South Facing Slopes
The south facing slopes are covered in black schist much like what one finds in Priorat. These slopes are barren, hard edged and dark, and the fruit needs sacrificial attention to guide and soften its punk attitude.