According to the archives found at Pieve Santa Restituta , the cultivation site of Sugarilla was already dedicated to the cultivation of grapes in 1500! The name derives from "suber" in Latin, and means cork oak, it is likely to think they were quite common on the estate at the time. Here, on the site of greatest growth of the company, white rocky soils (poor of
nutrients and rich in calcareous clay), excellent drainage, south-western exposure and ventilation
arriving from the Tyrrhenian Sea create the ideal conditions to produce great wines. As for the other brunelli of the estate, the aging involves a year of barriques and a year of tonneau.