The castle (XIIth century) has been restored several times over the centuries and adapted as a residential house, with various rooms decorated with frescoes. It still retains a good development of walls, crenellated Guelphs, a square tower and a courtyard with a 40 m deep well communicating with the cellars and secrets. The chapel of the castle was administered since 1113 by the Cistercian monks of the Abbey of Montelabate and represented the parish church (1610), dedicated to Saint Thomas and built on the land of the Counts of Degli Oddi until 1600. Recognised as a cultural heritage treasure, it is the symbol of the wine-growing tradition of the area with its 12.5 hectares of vineyards. The estate covers about 226 hectares, 12.5 hectares of which are vineyards, the remaining 4 hectares olive groves, 170 hectares of irrigated farmland and 40 hectares of forest. 2 lakes for irrigation throughout the area. The castle with a total area of 400 square meters was completely renovated for approx. 2400 square meters, the remaining 1500 square meters are to be renovated. There are 8 farmhouses on the property, 2 of which have been completely renovated, while 6 are to be renovated with a project approved by the city and the Superintendent, 400 square metres of space will be built next to the castle. Production of wines (2 white wines, 2 red wines, 1 rosé) Doc - Colli Altotiberini - ITG d'Umbria and IGP d'Umbria. Mixed loamy soil of medium consistency, plant density 4700 vines/hectare
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