The production areas are concentrated in a hilly area of volcanic origin in between Lazio and Umbria: the two faces of Falesco.
The area between Montefiascone and Lake Bolsena, in the province of Viterbo, welcomes the first winery built in 1979 and the historic vineyards of the company. Here, on a soil, part of volcanic nature, and part sedimentary, are cultivated 100 hectares planted with the vines of Roscetto, Aleatico, Trebbiano and Malvasia, and some international varieties like Merlot, Syrah e Viognier, which demonstrate the vocation to quality of the lands in Lazio.
In the town of Montecchio, on the hill south of Orvieto, is situated the new cellar of 10,000 square meters, opened in 2004. A modern structure, equipped with the best technologies, which is surrounded by 260 hectares planted with Merlot, Cabernet, Sangiovese, Verdicchio and Vermentino, and where also have been planted numerous experimental varieties in collaboration with the University of Tuscia in Viterbo, ranging from Nero d'Avola to Primitivo, Malbec, from the Tannat to Montepulciano and Teroldego.