Ancient passion and innovation. The method that talks about the culture of a land
The vineyards of Villa, covering a total area of 100 hectares, lie entirely within the municipality of Monticelli Brusati, with the exception of the vineyards in Ronco (1.55 hectares), at Provaglio d'Iseo (1.8 hectares) and Persaga (1.48 hectares).
The soil is composed of sedimentary clay and stratified marl with fossil-rich rocks that bear witness to the primordial presence of the sea. This is not, therefore, land of glacial origin that was carried here by rivers when the glaciers melted, as is true for much of the land in Franciacorta, but rather virgin soil that is rich in natural substances. The clays and minerals contained herein derive from marine fossils, thus explaining the aromatic richness, the enhanced sapidity and refined taste of the wines produced in the Villa hamlet over four centuries, as well as their unmistakable bouquet.