- Vineyard Area: 22 hectares
- Soil Type: Sandy, Muddy, Some Clay and River Pebbles
- Varieties Cultivated: Sagrantino, Sangiovese, Barbera, Trebbiano Spoletino
- Annual Production: 85,000 bottles
- Country: Italy
- Winemaker: Emiliano Falsini
Nestled in the corner of Umbria outside of Montefalco, the Tabarrini family has been tending their vineyards and selling the grapes for four generations. In the late 1990s, Giampaolo took his love of his vineyards to the next level. In his pursuit to better understand how his soil types impacted his grapes, Giampaolo began making wine off his land.
Soon after, he began customizing his vinications relative to each of his parcels of Sagrantino to reflect the distinct characteristics of his vineyard. Giampaolo Tabarrini was the first person to bottle Single Vineyard Sagrantino in Umbria and continues to produce among the best wines in Umbria while setting a high standard of excellence for the region.