Casale Cento Corvi
Takes its name from an ancient settlement built by the Orsini family around the 1400s to host the workers who worked in their estates near Cerveteri. Here a small community of about 500 people who carried out different tasks, was created. Today, to remember the existence of Casale Cento Corvi, remains just a ruin and some trace in the memory of some historians from the place. It is right here, in this mild climate and tuffaceous hills cultivated with vineyards, that the family Collacciani has created a modern winery company in 2001.
Casale Cento Corvi has recovered the cultivation of one of the most ancient mediterraneangraps: Giacchè.