The Amastuola Vineyard is a unique example of harmony between production and aesthetics. The project of the vineyard is based on the design thought by the known landscape architect Fernando Caruncho, who ordered the rows drawing sublime parallel waves extending approximately 3 km, described by himself as “waves of time that traverse this landscape since antiquity”. In addition, 1.500 olive trees, dated by CNR of Perugia to be more than 800 years old, with some trunks over 2.5 m in diameter, have been recuperated as historic element and organically replanted in 24 islands around the vineyard and along the historical roads of the Masseria. The contrast between the silver green colour of the monumental olive trees and the intense green colour of the vines give unique definition to the project. Today, the Amastuola farm is reached following the long driveway, framed by ancient olive trees that precede the visitor and, proceeding, will surrounded you like a kind of silver grey wall. Around, the turf that changes colour with the seasons and the lines of dry stone walls. Going uphill to the Masseria gradually unfolds the full perspective on the waves of vineyards. As you advance, they seem to move, forming games with light and dark olive colours. When touched by the wind and the sliding sun, they sometimes assume the appearance of brushed velvet.