Our lands cover a total surface area of nearly 50 hectares, divided mainly between vines and century old olive trees.
The grapes planted include local heirloom vines and old-world varieties. Sangiovese, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Fiano, Vermentino, Alicante and Syrah. Vines are situated 90% facing southeast and the remaining 10% southwest. The vines are cultivated with a spurred cordon. Half of planting is spaced at 2.30 x 0.80m, the other 50% at 2.50 x 0.80m; the vineyard continues to grow and full production will be reached by the end 2014.
Our olive trees occupy 5 hectares of the lands. The olives are all Cultivar Frantoio, profoundly linked to the history of oil production in the area, upwards of 60% of the trees have been growing on site for centuries.
Two hectares are taken up by the Cantina structure itself and the untouched woods of the Pieve Vecchia.