The Pallavicini family has been in Lazio since the 17th century and closely involved with agriculture for much of this time. Today Maria Camilla Pallavicini and her sons Sigieri and Moroello have 78 hectares of vines split between the hills to the south of Rome and the Mediterranean coast next to the Tuscan border.
The wines are made by Carlo Roveda. Traditional Italian varieties such as Trebbiano and Sangiovese are grown as well as international varieties. The main cellars are next to the principal vineyard holding at Colonna south of Rome and grapes are imported into a 17th century building which also provides ideal conditions for the barrel cellars. Care is taken to ensure a low environmental impact.