The vineyards are located on the CastelGiocondo Estate in Montalcino. Campo ai Sassi Rosso di Montalcino displays the same characteristics as Brunello, but in a more youthful, less complicated manner. It is produced from the same grape, Sangiovese, but from vineyards with vines that have very deep roots and yield wines which are aromatic and elegant, and less tannic than the Brunello. These vineyards were first planted in 1990 and then recently replanted, according to the terroir.
Once harvested, the Sangiovese grapes were fermented in stainless steel vats at controlled temperatures. During this phase, gentle pressing was fundamental, allowing for the perfect extraction of polyphenolic substances. After a period of time in the cellar, part of which was in wood, the wine spent a further four months in the bottle before being released.