The wines produced are: Montefalco Sagrantino secco e passito (15 hectares), Montefalco Rosso (13 hectares), Montefalco Bianco ( 1 hectare), Montefalco Grechetto (3 hectares), Chardonnay (1 ha). In 2015 another 3 hectares of white grapes were planted. In recent years the company unveiled the Spumante Brut Metodo Classico Bianco and Rosè from Sagrantino grapes.
The building where the wines are produced lies on a hill, with a vertical structure on four levels, of which one is below ground. The grape intake occurs on the top floor (at the level of the vines); the grapes are then moved to the floor below (second) by gravity-flow, where fermentation occurs. Stainless steel and wood containers for vinification are located on the second floor. On the ground floor there are tonneaux and large wooden barrels for the ageing of the Montefalco Rosso, and on the underground level there are oak barrels for the ageing of the Montefalco Sagrantino Secco and Passito wines.