Our Estates, over 2,000 hectares of countryside in Rome, Viterbo, Parma, Ardea with pastures, woods, plantations and farms.

Roma, history and land


La Castelluccia is one of the historic estates of the Agro-Romano area, known since the 15th century. With over 350 hectares planted with cereals (mainly wheat), it is one of the largest private green areas in Rome. There is also a sheep farm that is committed to the Abbacchio Romano IGP, the typical Italian sheep meet. A stunning example of rural Italian architecture of the 1920s, the Centro della Castelluccia houses the headquarters of the Giansanti Di Muzio group, as well as a nursery, a dairy, a farm shop, a botanical garden and a 9-hole golf course. Thanks to its dramatic atmosphere, it has often been used as a TV set. Moreover in 2012 the second largest ground-mounted photovoltaic plant in the province of Rome has been installed in the Castelluccia Estate fields.

Parma, dairy and land


Located on the outskirts of the city, in the typical landscape of the Italian Food Valley, the 30-hectare farm is characterized by cattle breeding. About 400 Holstein and Brown Swiss cows, everyday we get milk to make the Parmigiano Reggiano DOP everyday in our artisanal cheese factory, with its salting and aging warehouses, thus creating a closed-loop agricultural and food process to create the King of Cheese. In the Parma farm you can find also a food shop open for breakfast and lunch.

Viterbo, hunting and land


The Casalone estate is a farm of about 400 hectares mainly seeded for fodder crops (triticale wheat, sorghum and corn). All the agricultural production is focused for breeding the 600 dairy cows. A hunting reserve has also been set up on the Estate’s grounds (Il Casalone Venatorial and Wildlife Company).

Ardea, sun and land


The estates of Pescarella and Monte di Leva estates are composed of 4 company complexes. The prevailing seeding choices on the 800 hectares farm always aimed towards a grain fodder crop (grain, barley, sunflower, rapeseed). Then the Giansanti Di Muzio company decided to diversify their agricultural practices and investments. Starting from 2011, the Pescarella estate hosts a 3mW ground photovoltaic system. With an installed capacity of 7,500,000 kWh per year, equivalent to the annual consumption of 6,500 people, the PV plant fully meets the electricity needs of the Giansanti Di Muzio farms and saving CO2 (avoiding pollution equivalent to 2,300 cars a year). Moreover in 2018 the company begun planting massive kiwifruit fields.

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