'Arancio' (meaning the color orange or an orange tree) is 70% Malvasia Toscana/Malvasia Romagnola, 27% Trebbiano Toscano, and 3% Sangiovese. The harvest is done at full phenolic maturation; this usually occurs about a week after they pick Verdicchio but before harvesting Montepulciano.
All three varieties are co-harvested and co-fermented in stainless steel, with macerations on the skins lasting two to three weeks. Aged in concrete vats until Spring. 4000 bottles produced.