Tenuta di Salviano was purchased by the Principe Corsini family in the late 17th century. The property has Ethruscan and Roman descent, in fact the main house on Salviano was a Roman villa and somewhere on the estate is a necropolis. Donna Nerina Corsini married Il Marchese Enrico Incisa della Rocchetta, and their two children Giovanni and Eleonora are now the owners of Tenuta di Salviano. Il Marchese Giovanni Incisa della Rocchetta manages the estate and oversees the winemaking with his wife, La Marchesa Tara. The estate is just over 4943 acres. The vines are planted in the best plots of vineyards across the vast land. The terrain is mountainous with the Tevere running through and a man made reservoir called Lake Corbara. The soil is limestone, sedimentary rock, sand and tufo. The vineyards range from 328 feet to 1739 feet in altitude, and many are planted on South West facing slopes. The weather is quite Mediterranean, but the influence of the lake and hills create winds that lower the overall temperature especially during the morning and nights.