Behind the company in the valley below the village of San Giorgio said "in gana poltron" which has a beautiful Romanesque church
The farm Sengia includes eight acres of vineyard cultivated for most Guyot, except for a small part still Veronese pergola with a density of 6,000 vines per hectare of plants
Here grow and ripen the grapes, in full respect of the Veronese tradition, only "native": Corvina Veronese, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara
From the collection of these grapes by drying on racks natural and traditional winemaking process we get is two very precious product lines "Sengia" and "The Velvet"
The remaining four hectares of land are cultivated for about a half acre olive grove and the remaining forest maintained to prevent damaging the micro-climate of the valley