Divinalux Vineyards, spreading over seven hectares are benefiting from a very intense and versatile geological conditions. Mountains of Gypsum Crystals are hugging the valley from the East through the South and all the way to the West. From a huge cave on the South East fringe emerges the famous Rio Basino, a small all year round river, which runs all the way to the North, enriched with many caves, wild animals and many rear plant species. From the West to the North, gullies of pure grey clay are quietly observing the valley.... Click here to edit.
The geology of the Vineyards Valley is a blend between the gypsum crystals and pure grey clay. All seven hectares are patched with different combinations of these two main geological formations. The strips, which are directly surrounded by the forest, have darker soil, the strips around the lake are more hydrated, while the strips around the gullies are cracking from dryness... going down to the north, pure clay, transforms again into a darker soil being fed by the river. In between those extremes a wide range of geological conditions characterise the vineyards.