Our four vineyards represent the variety and complexity of our territory’s characteristics. They are located in three regions of our country, Barbassano, Casale and Mattine in the Candriano district, on the border between Torella de'Lombardi and Paternopoli. During the year, in each of the vineyards, the buds are tied up along the trellis to attain a high leaf canopy, selectively stripping the grapes on the end to better deal with adversity while ripening, and thinning out of excess bunches to produce the finest quality of grapes.


Barbassano is the vineyard at the company’s entrance, planted in 1998, and has about 480 plants grown in rows with Guyot pruning bilaterally. It’s orientation is on a hill, generally facing southeast, the vines positioned at 2.00 x 3.00 meters . The soil is of medium texture, mostly clay, alkaline, with a medium-low yield, for a complex and elegant wine, suitable for medium to long-term aging .


The vineyard farmhouse is relatively young (Planted in 2008), and covers an area of 1.4 hectares, positioned at 0.75 x 2.00 meters, and with a density of 6667 plants/hectare. The training system is espalier with Guyot pruning. The soil is of medium texture, mostly clay, with grape yields around 50-55, intended for a complex wine with high alcohol potential and polyphenol, suitable for long periods of aging.


The Mattine vineyard was planted in 2008, positioned on a hill and generally facing southeast. It is espaliered with bilateral Guyot pruning and has an average yield of 80-90 Mattine is bound to structured wines, balanced and fruity, savory and slightly tanni , too good to be consumed young.


Candriano, bordered on a hill between Torella de Lombardi and Paternopoli, is frontal in respect to the Mattine vineyard, with a prevailing western exposure, it extends for about 1.3 hectares. The youngest among the vineyards managed by our company, with vines positioned at 1.20 x 2.50 meters (3333 plants/ha density). Espalier system and pruned in bilateral Guyot, it has a medium soil, alkaline, mostly clay. Its grape yield is about 60-70 for full-bodied wines, with high alcohol and tannin potential, suitable for long periods of aging.