Before the roman legions conquered the west liguria, the riviera tribes venerated a native god called bormanus. Adored and feared god of the waters, bormanus, according to the legend, lived in a thick and wild forest, maybe a mysterious sacred wood consecrated to him (lucus). Bormanus would derive from a divinity of the springs and this name makes us suppose that hot thermal waters gushed out in this zone. Take a kind winter and a dry and sunny summer, mix with an autumn and a sufficiently rainy spring, add a handful of passion, adjust with dedication and character without forgetting to flavour with a hint of creativity. Highlight with a fresh and light breeze of innovation. Terre Bormane moves the elements in a perfect direction: this great nectar takes shape with its natural discretion, its rare balance and its noble simplicity.