The modern estate covers some 70 hectares. Fifty hectares are under vineyard, 10 are planted with fruit trees and the rest with mixed crops characteristic of the Abruzzi.
The estate's modern cellar - with a capacity of 12,000 hl - is where the estate-grown grapes become fine wine. While respecting well-established winemaking processes of the past, the vinification techniques display a constant pursuit of the most advanced technologies, enabling us to perfect the products of our generous, fertile land. Our wines are the fruit of this production philosophy.
Bringing together tradition and innovation: the attractive barrel hall and the new high-tech plant crucial to modern winemaking are evidence of the estate's production philosophy. Thus, in addition to traditional oak barrels there is a modern, innovative fermentation tower
A special highlight of a visit to our estate is undoubtedly the opportunity to taste our wines - not only in the cellar but also in the restaurant of Palazzo della Montagnola, which the Montori family recently restored.
The hilly areas of the Teramo and Ascoli provinces are separated by the River Tronto, a natural boundary between the Abruzzi and Marche regions, which is more a bond than a dividing line. The regions do in fact share many characteristics, the result of their common history with its roots in the Picene civilisation.
The decorative flooring of the ancient Interamnia (Teramo) attests to this region's political and artistic originality and independence. The magnificent Pavimenta Barbarica reflect the Hellenistic taste of the time and reinterpret it through a functional, practical and simple use of the materials available.
One of the most splendid examples of Picene monastic art is the church of Santa Maria della Rocca in Offida.
The monastery of Santa Maria in Mejulano, better known as the Badia (Abbey) of Corropoli, is one of the most outstanding religious monuments of the province of Teramo.
The Palazzo della Montagnola, built at the behest of Andrea Matteo II, Duke of Acquaviva, in the first half of the 15th century, occupies a special place in the civic history of the Val Vibrata and the province of Teramo. It can be considered one of the first signs in the Abruzzi of the new Renaissance architectural style.