It spreads over an area of twenty hectares where there are 2500 plants of different varieties: Leccino, Frantoio, Moraiolo, Pendolino, belonging to the genetic heritage of the region of Tuscany.

The layout (distance between a plant and the other) is intentionally sparse, thus facilitating insolation and ventilation both necessary to ensure pollination (anemophilous) and non-formation of pathologies characteristic of crowded groves.

The crop is based on the concept of sustainability, that is the observation of the natural balance between soil and plants, without impoverishing the fertility of the soil, as is the case in systems with intensive cultivation.

Even the choice of the grassing aims at giving back the natural return of organic substance and creating fertile substrate, rich in humus, where the soil, without further processing, cannot be depleted by direct contact of the ultraviolet spectrum of the sun's rays. This agronomic technique also facilitates the formation and maintenance of biomass needed for a rich soil fertility.

Pruning is moderate and non-invasive, in order not to upset the lymphatic flow of the plant, but aimed at achieving a constant production especially from a qualitative point of view.