The Trevisan winery has about 2.5 hectares of vineyards and is located in the commune of Cortona, with one hectare at Pietraia and the remainder at Farneta. At Pietraia, the terrain, at an altitude of around 260 metres, is flat and tends to be clayey. Here, Lake Trasimeno, which is a short distance away, acts as an excellent mitigator. At Farneta, on the other hand, at an altitude of about 280 metres, in a medium-textured soil, is the vineyard reserved entirely for Syrah. The presence of Syrah in the Cortona area is thought to be due to the propagation of private collections after the Count of Montecarlo di Lucca, in the early 20th century, returning from a trip to France, had introduced it to Tuscany. The Trevisan winery, in its desire to give voice to the many potentialities of Syrah, has dedicated all its wines to this variety: Candito, a Syrah-based wine that pays homage to the nickname given as a child to the current owner's father because he had a sweet tooth for candied fruit; Il Tata, Vin Santo that combines tradition with the present; and Solo Syrah rosé that was born from the intention to create a friendly wine, without neglecting the quality of the grapes and vinification. Trevisan is a company in which work in the vineyard has always marked the seasons, such as the harvest festival or the first tasting of the new wine on St Martin's Day. In 2013, after some renovation work on the cellar and a relative modernisation of the equipment, it was finally decided to start bottling its own wine and marketing it. Then, in January 2018, the process of obtaining BIO certification began, with the aim of safeguarding biodiversity and the agricultural landscape; in fact, specific cultivation and breeding techniques are adopted that allow for sustainable management of natural resources.