is the beating heart of Panizzi, the vineyard where the winery was born and as a whole currently consists of a vineyard area of 7.20 hectares.
It is located just over 1,500 meters west of the town of San Gimignano.
The altitude, on the highest point of Santa Margherita hill, identified by a large maritime pine facing the city, is 310 meters above sea level. From here the vineyards gently roll down towards the 4 cardinal points.
Santa Margherita is split in two parts.
The first of just under 4.00 hectares (the historical ones, from which everything started) is located on the south, south-west and south-east slopes, with vineyards located between 310 and 290 meters above sea level, with soils characterized by sands (tuff) and yellow clay, divided as follows: