The farm marks the rebirth of the tradition of quality winemaking in the Upper Tiber Valley.
The Upper Tiber Valley winemaking traditions date from the time of the Romans. Evidence is to be found in the letters of Pliny the Younger, who had a property just below the farm, consisting of extensive grounds and a large villa, his favourite.
The farm is located at an altitude ranging from 550 to 600 meters with a southwest exposure.
It covers 90 hectares, between vineyard and olive trees.
The vineyards enjoy a cool and very sunny situation, allowing for the production of very aromatic grapes thanks to the relatively significant temperature excursions.
The sommelier of the winery awaits you by the Romans ruins of Pliny the Younger’s property.
Is not possible to visit the archeological site, but from the outside you can see Romans ruins to make wine and oil.
Looking up the hill you can see vineyard and the winery you will be visiting.
The visit starts with a walk in the vineyard.
The sommelier will show you the different types of grapes and explain the peculiarity of each one.
Then you move on to wine cellar to visit it and learn the complete wine-making process.
This winery also produces a sparkling wine, and the sommelier will explain to you how it is made.
The visit finishes with a tasting of the wines produced by the winery served with some appetizers
Tasting of 3 wines with appetizers such as cheese, salami and bruschette with olive oil made in the farm, and bruschette with organic vegetables from the farm.
Minimun 4 people.
Tasting of 3 wines with appetizers such as cheese, salami and bruschette with olive oil made in the farm, bruschette with organic vegetables from the farm, fresh salads, and roasted sausages.
Minimum 4 people.