Located in the easternmost part of the Soave area, this 4.5-hectare vineyard, which reaches 600 meters above sea level in the highest part, has a south-west exposure with guyot (about 5,000 vines per hectare) and pergola (3,500 vines per hectare) cultivation.
Its soil, eruptive basaltic of volcanic origin, offers the best conditions to guarantee the minerality that characterises white wines of great quality. Garganega, Pinot Bianco, and Sauvignon are grown in these plots.
Planted in 1993, the San Felice vineyard extends over the area around the company’s headquarters, north-east of Verona, within the Valpantena vineyard area.
These are vineyards with clay-limestone soil of alluvial origin where the Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot varieties are grown.
Planted in various stages between 1980 and 1990, it is located in the eastern part of Valpantena, in the hamlet of Mizzole, which is crossed by the waters of the Fibbio stream. The valley is made up of numerous mountain indentations and an alternation of hills and plains that make it very suitable for the cultivation of vines.
The grape varieties cultivated are Corvina, Rondinella, Oseleta, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot.
Montevegro, the vineyard that gives life to the ‘Mai dire Mai’ Amarone, Valpolicella and Fear No Dark, has characteristics that are virtually perfect for the generation of high quality wines. A hill at 350 meters a.s.l. with exposure on all sides, it faces the Val d’Illasi and the Val di Mezzane with the Lessini range at its back and soil that is basaltic and calcareous in origin to guarantee an optimal mineral content.
This is a vineyard planted in 2001, located in the western part at the beginning of Eastern Valpolicella, near the San Felice winery.
Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina and Corvinone grape varietals are grown in this clay-limestone soil.
The vineyard of about 4 hectares is located on the same ridge as Mizzole, about 8 km north and at an altitude of 350 metres above sea level, at the entrance to the Valpantena. These are native vines of about 20 years old that have always been grown organically.
The soil is clay-limestone, typical for the Valpolicella area. The clayey part depends on the transformation of the rocks in this area where the clay retains the minerals, making them available for the plant. The soil mixture is the best combination to give rise to products of great elegance and finesse. The grape varieties cultivated are Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella.