At her estate in the Colli di Lapio, Clelia Romano has only 2.8 hectares (about 7 acres) of vineyard, in four tiny plots. With her family, she produces only 800-900 cases per year of very fine wine. At an elevation of 550 meters, ripening comes late in the season, and full ripeness can only be achieved by keeping the crop very small. The low yields give wines that are splendidly balanced, with excellent extract and intense flavors. There are no other secrets to the quality produced here, simply superlative vineyards, meticulous care, and integrity.
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