Sarmatic

Sarmatic

(sɑːˈmætɪk)
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Sarmatia or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Sarmatia or its inhabitants
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It is formed of a combination of marl and Pliocene sands (Pannonian) that covers argillaceous marl and Sarmatic sands containing sandstone, micro-conglomerates and volcanic tufa, which can be rarely seen on the slopes.
The lithologic substratum is mainly made up of Sarmatic sediments (marl, sands, calcareous gritstone) and Pliocene sediments (sands, argil, gravel) which, through in situ alteration / and deluvial reshuffling on slopes and fluvial reshuffling on banks and meadows, constitute soils suitable for wine-growing.