The vineyards extend over 120 hectares most of which are planted with Sangiovese, accurately selected from autochthonous vines in co-operation with the University of Pisa.
Its steep and hilly vineyards are characterised by five different types of soil: Cracked sandstone; sea gravel; limestone; red clay; and clay loam. Grape varieties include, among the reds, 80% Sangiovese, 9% Ciliegiolo, 6% Montepulciano and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. For the whites, it is 85% Vermentino and 15% Grechetto. The vines are cultivated according to the traditional cordons methods or, alternatively, to Doppio Guyot.