70 hectares of vineyards which spread over the DOC and DOCG communes of Torgiano and Montefalco
Traditional methods of farming together with technological innovations coexist to add meticulous attention to the crop for the limited production of the most typical wines of the area.
The Vignabaldo Group’s production ethic has always included respect for the environment, hand in hand with innovation.
Sustainability is at the core of the business. To reach its sustainable targets, the firm focuses on reducing the presence of sulphites in the wines – through natural adjuvants and specific oenological practices –, as well as using renewable energy sources and 100% natural stoppers, for some of its wines.
Moreover, the Vignabaldo Group s.r.l. works with partners to efficiently implement and handle waste management and recycling.
The Vignabaldo Group team consists of experts specialised in the various stages of wine making, to follow the process of grape growing, selection and harvest, as well as the aging and bottling of the wine.
They also manage the constant technical supervision and quality control to guarantee the excellence of every single product.

The territory of Torgiano

The production area in Torgiano covers a total of about 50 hectares
An ancient farmhouse, recently restored, appears as a lighthouse from which the sun’s rays irradiate over the land, to illuminate and sweeten our splendid vineyards that are planted in espalier shape or along a support wire.
On the wonderful hills of Torgiano we grow Grechetto - elegant white grape variety unique to the Umbrian region - Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Riesling, Trebbiano, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Canaiolo and Sangiovese which is the most important red grape of the Torgiano denomination, flourish here as well.

The most important wine is also produced in this area, the Torgiano Rosso Riserva DOCG, the only DOCG in Umbria together with the Sagrantino.

The territory of Montefalco

The production area in Montefalco covers a total of about 30 hectares
Here there is an ancient convent that seems to guarantee the fertility of the vineyards also planted in espalier shape or along a support wire.
These hills are suitable for Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese and the only native grape variety, Sagrantino.
In this area, we pay the utmost care to limiting the production, which does not exceed 50 quintals per hectare.