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Ref. 1549 Vinea Volsiniensis

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Ref. 1549 Vinea Volsiniensis

Umbria, Orvieto DOC

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general details

Exteriors: 15.60 ha

Interiors: 360 ㎡

Winery: 360 ㎡

Production potential: 630 hl / year


Vineyards: 4.53 ha

Varieties: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Ciliegiolo, Canaiolo, Verdicchio, Grechetto

Training: pruned-spur cordon, Guyot (1,500 - 3,000 vines / ha)

Year(s) of planting: 1970 - 2007

Soil composition: clayish, sandy (rich of marine fossils)

climate characteristics

Vineyards altitude: 400 - 450 m a.s.l.

Temperatures: min: 1°C - max: 29 °C

Sunshine hours: 2.915 h / year

Average precipitations: 986 mm / year

The property covers approximately 15.6 hectares (38.5 acres) of land, split among woodland (5.3 ha), arable land (5.7 ha) and vineyards (4.5 ha). The latter are divided between two poderi: the first one close to the cellar, the other just 15-minute drive away. These vineyards, subject to the approval of the competent authorities, could be partly registered as Orvieto DOC, while part of the arable land could be used to plant new vines.

The wood is mainly made up of coppice Turkey oaks, and its value derives from the fact that it is included in the regional truffle map which means that it can be partially fenced (up to 3 ha) to be used as truffle harvesting ground.


The cellar is no longer in business since 2017 - 2018: the vineyards are pretty old (some of them dating back to the 1970s) and need replanting to bring the production back to regime. When operational, the winery produced the following IGT wines:

  • Umbria Rosso IGT: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Umbria Rosso IGT: 100% Sangiovese
  • Umbria Rosso IGT: Sangiovese 40%, Merlot 40%, Ciliegiolo 10%, Canaiolo 10%
  • Umbria Bianco IGT: 60% Verdicchio, 40% Grechetto di Todi


The wine cellar (360 m² – 3,874 ft²) is located at the center of the property and is made of a two-story building with insulated masonry and colored plastered walls. The building is realized in reinforced concrete with pitched (30°) roof. The building complies with all the criteria imposed for the construction of a cellar, and is thus free on three of its sides while being partially underground on the fourth so to have a sufficient thermal insulation for the ageing process.

The ground floor is split into two areas: the bigger one is the one where grapes are unloaded, processed and the wine aged and bottled; the smaller one instead includes the office for the business. The first floor, partially without tiling but already equipped with plumbing and electrical system, houses a temporary storage room capable of holding up to 20,000 bottles (150 hl). Given the presence of systems and the non-trivial surface of the upper floor, one could also convert it either into a small private home or into a tasting room with administrative offices on the side.

The Orvieto area is located in the southwestern part of Umbria, a region in central Italy known for its stunning natural beauty, rich history, and excellent cuisine. Orvieto itself is a picturesque hilltop town perched on a tufa cliff, surrounded by lush greenery and dotted with ancient buildings and churches. The town is famous for its stunning cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that houses priceless works of art and is one of the most important religious buildings in Italy.


The Orvieto area is also known for its excellent food and wine, with the Orvieto DOC white wine being one of the most famous and appreciated in Italy. The region is characterized by a hilly landscape, with clayey and volcanic soils, and a mild and temperate climate, ideal for growing grapes and producing high-quality wines. The vineyards are mainly located on the slopes of the hills, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.


Besides its natural and gastronomic wonders, the Orvieto area also boasts a rich history and cultural heritage, dating back to the Etruscan civilization that inhabited the area before the Roman conquest. The town of Orvieto itself is a treasure trove of historical and artistic landmarks, including the Etruscan necropolis, the underground tunnels, and the impressive medieval fortifications. Other notable attractions in the area include the charming towns of Todi and Amelia, the majestic Marmore waterfalls, and the beautiful Lake Bolsena, the largest volcanic lake in Europe.



Easily reached and in a quiet position in the Umbrian countryside, this prestigious wine estate is perfect for whoever is looking for a well started business allowing at the same time to quickly visit several historical centers of Tuscany and Umbria.




Paese con servizi (7km; 15’), Città della Pieve (23km; 30’), Orvieto (41km; 50’), Montepulciano (49km; 1h), Perugia (53km; 1h 10’), Montalcino (76km; 1h 20’), Siena (104km; 1h 25’), Roma (148km; 1h 50’)




Perugia San Francesco (62km; 1h 10’), Roma Ciampino (162km; 1h 45’), Firenze A. Vespucci (163km; 1h 45’), Ancona R. Sanzio (166km; 2h 20’), Roma Fiumicino (177km; 1h 50’), Pisa G. Galilei (224km; 2h 25’)



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