Vineyards surrounded by oak and cherry trees. In a word, biodiversity
At an altitude of about 230 meters, on the hill of Santa Giuletta, the Tenuta San Giorgio extends in a single body over about 22 hectares, of which about twenty are old vines, with an average age of 35 years, cultivated in a sustainable manner and with low environmental impact. In the remaining hectares of the estate, it has been decided to preserve the centuries-old oak and cherry tree forest, which is precious and indispensable for the well-being of the land and the ecosystem. A choice in total continuity with the Oltrepò area, characterized by alternating vineyards, arable land, and wooded areas.