One hundred and seventy-five hectares in a single vineyard in the heart of the Montefalco DOCG area. The soil, rich in limestone and clay, is of various geological types: some are deep, others rich in rock fragments, giving the wines distinctive and varied nuances. Bare hills surrounded by woods, with an ideal microclimate for vines and olive trees. Ten hectares are devoted to olive groves, and fifty to vineyards, occupying the upper part of the hills and exposed to the south and west. Azienda Antonelli grows predominantly native varieties: Grechetto and Trebbiano Spoletino for whites, Sangiovese and Sagrantino for reds. In the centre of the estate, just below the old manor house, is the winery, entirely underground and designed for gravity flow winemaking, in which the crushed grapes are placed in the fermentation tanks and subsequently removed from the pomace without the aid of pumps. The wines are conditioned in large steel barrels, followed by a rest period in concrete tanks. Only grapes produced on the estate using organic methods are used in the wines, resulting in a production process with full control at every stage. The estate also offers wine tourism in the ancient Satriano farmhouse, meticulously restored and furnished: six apartments with swimming pool, surrounded by vineyards and stunning views, a stone's throw from Umbria's most beautiful medieval villages. The company has recently begun breeding free-range pigs and producing charcuterie. Guests can also take part in a hunt for white or black truffles. Finally, Cucina in Cantina, the Antonelli San Marco cookery school, offers courses in Umbrian cuisine, lunch and dinner subject to booking for groups, wine tastings and guided tours of the historic estate.