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VINES AND harvest

Inside the beautiful estate of 15 hectares a vineyard of mostly: Sagrantino was planted, occupying more than half of the vineyard, followed by Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sirah and Merlot, Petit Verdot, Gamay and two hectares of Trebbiano, a noble Umbrian traditional white wine.
The grapes produce wines of high quality, both for the unique and rare characteristics of the clay soil with consistent siliceous rocks, therefore lightweight, warm and permeable, rich in minerals (a terroir ideal for the vine), as well as, excellent exposure, entirely oriented toward south-south west and with an altitude between 360 to 400 meters, essential requirements for the quality of its wines.
Grape harvesting is done with a careful selection of the grapes and advanced maturation. The selected grapes are immediately transported into the cellar in small 6 kg boxes and vinified. The subsequent fermentation is carried out by using the aid of modern technologies, exclusively in a natural manner, i.e. without the addition of selected yeasts.
The vineyards are cultivated with the goal of obtaining perfectly healthy grapes capable of producing great wines linked to the territory of Montefalco. Our intention, from the beginning, has been to produce wines with strong characteristics, that don’t exclude the reinterpretation of the local vines such as the Sagrantino. The winery has the most modern and advanced technologies, as well as a valuable French oak barrique (Allier, Tronçais, Nievre) built using the experience of famous master coopers (Tarausaud, Demptos, Berthomieux, etc.).

the most important vines

Sagrantino di Montefalco DOCG

Sagrantino di Montefalco is the red wine that has made Umbria famous throughout the world, and is also the local wine that reflects its true aromas and flavors. In fact, the Sagrantino vine only grows here, or more precisely in the green hills surrounding Montefalco and Bevagna, which achieves the best results, thanks to a combination of factors such as soil and climate.
Sagrantino is a tannic wine, so much so, that aging is mandatory for a period of at least 33 months, with at least 12 months in oak barrels for the dry version. Following a further period of refinement in the bottle for at least 4 months. Color is deep ruby red, on the nose it offers hints of black cherries, wild berries and earthy notes, red flowers, china and star anise. On the palate it is full and broad, warm and long lasting.

Trebbiano Umbria I.G.T.

The origins of this vine are very ancient, the first citations date back to Roman times when Pliny the Elder narrated in his work Naturalis Historia of Vinum Tribulanum, a wine from noble origins. In later times, this vine variety was considered “luxurious”, given the particular wine obtained with a simple and delicate flavor.
Its color hay yellow with delicate shades of green. The scent is pleasant, delicate and fresh with hints of aromatic herbs. The flavor is citric with wide and pleasant tones of freshness and flavor.


Clayey earth with consistent skeleton, light, warm and permeable, an optimal terroir for the vine.


The vineyards, located at an average altitude of about 370 mt a.s.l., have an excellent south-west exposure.


The harvest is done manually in boxes of maximum 6 kg, with a selection of the grapes on the basis of maturation.


The grapes are vinified separately and fermentation is naturally.