On a hillside outside the gates of Montefalco, lies the Colle Ciocco vineyard, run by the Spacchetti family. Settimio Spacchetti established the farm in 1935 and today it is run by his sons Lamberto and Eliseo.
It covers 19 hectares, 8 hectares of sagrantino and other grapes and 9 hectares of olive groves.
The farm lies 400 metres above sea level. In Colle Ciocco’s cellar, the grapes become wine: dry and sweet versions of "Sagrantino", "Montefalco Red", the white "Clarignano" and white "Tempestivo".
The olive groves contain the varieties Moraiolo (80%), of which many trees are more than 100 years old, Frantoio (15%) and Leccino (5%), a total of 3.000 plants. Three types of oil extra-virgin olive oil are produced: Fiore “flowery”, Fruttato “fruity” and Gentile “gentle”, all under the "Olio di Montefalco" brand name.