Between the thousand-year-old parish of San Floriano and the main town of the classic Valpolicella valley, San Pietro in Cariano, the approx. 10 hectare Vajol wine region extends in its enchanting basin, which extends entirely to the south: a harmonious vineyard landscape of hills and slopes, in the center of which is the country house, the winery and the "fruttaio" (drying cellar). The northern vineyards border the territory of the municipalities of Fumane and Marano. The entire grape harvest comes exclusively from the vineyards around the Corte Sant’Anna. This fact gives the wine its uniqueness and its unmistakable note: Wine made from grapes that ripen on tuff. The vineyards are grown according to the traditional Veronese arbor system (50%) as well as other, more contemporary systems such as the Guyot system, this in the more recent growing areas (50%). The vineyards on the hills are terraced with the typical tuff stone walls called "marogne", which shape the landscape harmoniously and wonderfully. The Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grape varieties make up almost all of our vineyards; In addition, there is a small proportion of the Molinara and Oseleta berries. In order to protect our environment, the health of consumers and our own, and with due regard for the nature's own special properties of the territory, weed control agents and chemical fertilizers are dispensed with and replaced with mechanical weeding around the vine trunks and with green manure.