Le Miccine has seven hectares of vineyards that surround the property. There are six clones of Sangiovese grapevines along with other complementary grape red varieties such as Malvasia Nera, Merlot and Colorino. Le Miccine also has a small plot of Vermentino to make white wine.
All the vines are trained in a trellised Alberello form which has a positive effect on the vegetative and productive balance of the grapevine.
Green cover has been established between the vineyard rows to have a degree of competition with the vines, to reduce erosion on the high slopes and to encourage a healthy microorganism biodiversity in the soil.
Le Miccine follows organic viticultural practices, which increase biodiversity and allow the vines to increase their natural defenses against pathogens.
The objective is to attain a balance that gives optimum grape quality. The key is flexibility since every vintage is different. It is essential to adapt every year to the different climate influences.