The vineyard is the result of a patchwork of small plots of vines purchased from several owners; it stretches on the eastern side on the hill called Vittori.
Until seventy years ago this side of the hill was entirely dedicated to the cultivation of cherries. Some of the original plants are still present in the vineyard, with other more recently planted, and have become the symbol of this hill.
The exceptionally sandy soil (80% sand) interspersed with calcareous strips, the average altitude of 360 meters above sea level and the constant presence of wind make it the ideal place for the production of high quality Arneis.
Average altitude: 360 m
Gradient: up to 35%
Extension: 4 Ha
Vineyard age: 30 years
Density: 4800 vines per hectare
Pruning: Vertical trellis system – Guyot