It’s no secret that soil type and landscape have a huge impact on how a wine’s flavor, aroma, and texture. As a rule, it has a dramatic impact on winemaking. Wines made in volcanic regions are striking and electric: a perfect representation of the drama, destruction, and beauty of volcanic landscapes.
It might be odd to imagine something as delicious, as full of life, as wine coming directly from the aftermath of a cataclysmic event, but that contradiction is what makes it so exciting. Across the globe, the volatile, dramatic presence of volcanoes shapes wine in a way that cannot be replicated.