The vineyards located in S. Paolo di Jesi, Montecarotto and Cupramontana are of different slopes and terroirs, and at altitudes of 220m to 500m asl, specializing in the production of PDO wines, such as Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi and PGI wines. The estate currently has more than 27 hectares of vines, spread across eight separate plots, each with unique characteristics that respect and celebrate the terroir and individual grape varieties.
The white grapes are grown with the Guyot system and Verdicchio, a white, autochthonous grape, is the most prevalent, grown over 23 hectares. To produce innovative wines capable of taking on the finest products being produced around the world, the Incrocio Bruni 54 hybridisation (Verdicchio pollinated with Sauvignon Blanc) was planted. The red grape vines grown are Montepulciano, Sangiovese and Lacrima di Morro d’Alba. New planting patterns for international varieties (Cabernet and Merlot) with high plant density per hectare (around 6500) have recently been introduced.
A visciole cherry orchard has also been cultivated on the estate to produce Vì de visciola (a wine and visciole cherry-based aromatic drink), and an olive grove with ancient Mignola, Carboncella, Raggia and Orbetana plants used to make an excellent extra-virgin olive oil..