6 Estates, a grand journey

115 HECTARES: A MOSAIC OF SOILS, ROWS OF VINES WITH DIFFERENT ORIENTATIONS AND VARIABLE ALTITUDES MAKE FOR TRULY UNIQUE WINES.

Collina d’Illasi
  • WHITE-GRAPE VINEYARDS
  • RED-GRAPE VINEYARDS
White-Grape Vineyards
The white-grape vineyards in the "Collina d’Illasi a bacca bianca" area are located in the village of Illasi, at an altitude of 175 metres, with both a North-East and a South aspect. The medium-textured alluvial soil is characterised by the presence of skeletal material, largely due to the location close to the Progno d’Illasi torrent. The vines are grown using the traditional Pergola Veronese training system.
Collina d’Illasi
  • WHITE-GRAPE VINEYARDS
  • RED-GRAPE VINEYARDS
Red-Grape Vineyards
The Sabaini red-grape vineyards in the "Collina d’Illasi a bacca rossa" area are located in the village of Illasi, at an altitude of 175 metres, with a North-East and South aspect. The medium-textured alluvial soil is characterised by the presence of skeletal material, largely due to the location close to the Progno d’Illasi torrent. The training system used is the traditional Pergola Veronese.
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Collina d’Illasi
  • WHITE-GRAPE VINEYARDS
  • RED-GRAPE VINEYARDS
White-Grape Vineyards
The white-grape vineyards in the "Collina d’Illasi a bacca bianca" area are located in the village of Illasi, at an altitude of 175 metres, with both a North-East and a South aspect. The medium-textured alluvial soil is characterised by the presence of skeletal material, largely due to the location close to the Progno d’Illasi torrent. The vines are grown using the traditional Pergola Veronese training system.
Collina d’Illasi
  • WHITE-GRAPE VINEYARDS
  • RED-GRAPE VINEYARDS
Red-Grape Vineyards
The Sabaini red-grape vineyards in the "Collina d’Illasi a bacca rossa" area are located in the village of Illasi, at an altitude of 175 metres, with a North-East and South aspect. The medium-textured alluvial soil is characterised by the presence of skeletal material, largely due to the location close to the Progno d’Illasi torrent. The training system used is the traditional Pergola Veronese.
Monte Castello d’Illasi
  • VINEYARD
  • OLIVE GROVE
Vineyard
The vineyard takes its name from the Scaliger Castle overlooking the Val d’Illasi. Facing the north-eastern and southern slopes of the mountain, it has an excellent aspect, aided by the constant wind from the Lessinia Mountains. The vineyard is around 40 years old, and the training systems used are Pergola Veronese and Guyot.
Monte Castello d’Illasi
  • VINEYARD
  • OLIVE GROVE
Olive Grove
The Reggiano, Leccino and Perlarola olive varieties are grown on the gentle slopes of "Monte Castello d'Illasi" in the municipality of the same name, in the province of Verona. The olive grove, located at an altitude of 250 metres, is characterised by a limestone soil rich in skeletal material and tufa.
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Monte Castello d’Illasi
  • VINEYARD
  • OLIVE GROVE
Vineyard
The vineyard takes its name from the Scaliger Castle overlooking the Val d’Illasi. Facing the north-eastern and southern slopes of the mountain, it has an excellent aspect, aided by the constant wind from the Lessinia Mountains. The vineyard is around 40 years old, and the training systems used are Pergola Veronese and Guyot.
Monte Castello d’Illasi
  • VINEYARD
  • OLIVE GROVE
Olive Grove
The Reggiano, Leccino and Perlarola olive varieties are grown on the gentle slopes of "Monte Castello d'Illasi" in the municipality of the same name, in the province of Verona. The olive grove, located at an altitude of 250 metres, is characterised by a limestone soil rich in skeletal material and tufa.

Monte Pistoza

Vineyard

The Sabaini vineyard “Monte Pistoza”, planted around 30 years ago, is located in the municipality of Illasi. At an altitude of 250 metres, it has a North-East and South aspect. The limestone and clay soil is enriched with skeletal material and tufa, offering optimal conditions for the indigenous Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella vines.

Monte Tomelon

Vineyard

The vineyard in the “Monte Tomelon” area, dating back around 20 years, is a magnificent feature of the enchanting Val d’Illasi, at an altitude of 460 metres, where the sun’s rays embrace the vines from the North-East and the South. The limestone soil, enriched with tufa and marl, provides a solid, fertile base for the vines to grow, tended with care and dedication using the Guyot training system.

Oasi Musella

Vineyard

The “Oasi Musella” vineyard is part of the prestigious Oasi Musella Estate, nestling in the delightful natural park of San Martino Buon Albergo. The area’s lengthy winemaking tradition is teamed with extraordinarily rich biodiversity. Situated at an altitude of between 50 and 100 metres, the vineyard has a North-East and South aspect. The vines are grown using the Pergola Veronese training system, on a mixed limestone and clay soil.