Viewed from the Farmhouse’s windows, the charming vines provide a uniquely spectacular view with fluctuations of colour that change each season. These magnificent vines blend beautifully into the vivid landscape formed of woodland, olive groves and fields.
The vineyards cover an area of 6.5 hectares and all border each other, with the ancient via del Calcione road that divides the red grapes from the white grapes. On first sight, you immediately perceive that these vines are planted in the style of a beautiful garden rather than an area of mass production. From the view point of blending in harmoniously with the countryside, the vines were planted in keeping with the original plants as much as possible.
You can see the large terraced roofs made with local rock in a dry stone fashion. The original oaks from before the planting of the vineyards can be found in a circular pattern. Maple trees (known as “Testucchi” in this region) form a line that supports the vines. The uncultivated embankments are covered in trees and shrubs, such as hawthorn, dog rose and broom trees.