The estate stands east of Verona on the slopes of a westward‐facing hill, at a height of between 100 and 270 metres above sea level. From above, it dominates Montorio, a very old village, da ng back to pre‐Roman mes, famous for its clear spring waters which flow underground to resurface in a chain of small lakes.
Looking past the Scaliger castle on the facing hill, the splendid city of Verona opens up on the horizon bordered by the shadows of the hills of Custoza.
The hill, with old dry masonry terracing, has remained an extensive island of greenery, intact with cul va ons of vineyards, olive groves and orchards, surrounded by wooded areas.
The estate covers 70 hectares, about one‐third of which is occupied by vineyards. The distribu on of the vines creates an interes ng situa on both from the point of view of the al tude, which generates several different microclimates and of the geology which gives the soil a complex and varied structure