Besides the Fiano vineyards, divided into four different land parcels, the estate is home to 50 different species of shrubs and trees. These include oaks, poplars, pines, cypresses, willows, acacias, maples, eucalyptus, mimosas, almonds, apples and, of course, olive trees, all of which contribute to the ideal biodiversity typical of the Irpinian landscape.
A rare example of pre-phylloxera vine, an Aglianico plant dating back to the late 19th century, trained according to the old “tennecchia avellinese” technique, is still in production today, confirming the age-old farming vocation of the complex.
Last, but not least, is the characteristic natural spring water tank, dating back to the middle of the 1700s and testifying to the
abundance of water in the Salza Irpina area.