There are about 800 olive trees in our estate. They all are over 50-years-old. Six-hundred of them (leccino, moraiolo and frantoio) lie in the southern side of the estate, in Valloni, (Arezzo).The other 200 (mostly moraiolo) lie in the north-western side, near Subbiano. All the olive trees grow on permanently mantained grassland. Pruning usually takes place in February, followed by mainly organic fertilization. If needed, the trees are treated from once to three times a year (in May and September).