A vineyard South-East oriented, on steep slopes and with a great ventilation. The vineyard has been recently renewed, in fact on old Sangiovese plants have been grafted new scions (little plants) of Passerina grapes, enterd into production only in 2012.
The training method is the cordon spur, with a density of about 4.460 plants per hectar. It coveres a total area of 2,5 hectares.
The South-East orientation allows a right maturation of the grapes, obtaining a fresh most from which we do a young and fragrant white wines. The grapes from the bottom part of the vineyard are usually collect before than the top part.
The first harvest is worked alone to do a wine made by Passerina grapes 100%: the Fiorigialli wine.
The late harvest is blended with a small (almost 10%) of Fiano grapes, producing a wine slightly more complex and mouthfilling, with a typical hint of yellow fruits. This is the Rivafiorita wine. .