In 1984, under the supervision of the late managing director, Enzo Morganti, San Felice purchased
Campogiovanni in Montalcino. The estate's 49 acres of vineyards are planted entirely to Sangiovese – 35 acres,
the oldest of them planted in the mid-1960s, are dedicated to Brunello and 14 to Rosso. Winemaker Leonardo
Bellaccini replanted other parcels in 1982, 1988 and 1997. The vineyards are located at an elevation of 820-984
feet with a south-southwest aspect. This position allows the vines to benefit from the positive effects of mild
breezes off the Mediterranean. The terroir of Campogiovanni, including its sandy, mineral-rich clay soil, allows
Sangiovese to grow slowly and steadily, producing unusually complete, balanced grapes and wines which express
all their potential.