The Tizzano property extends for 230 hectares, 25 of which are vineyards, and can be seen on the first Bolognesi hills above Casalecchio di Reno. The land facing south and the dry, sunny and breezy climate of its hills are ideal elements for grape growing, which was already practiced back in the 1500 century. Over the centuries, the role of viticulture has grown significantly, becoming the most important activity in Tizzano from the postwar period to present times. During the 1950s and 1960s the conversion from an old barn into a modern vinification area took place. However, cereal farming has not been forgotten, and the company continues to produce great quality wheat and barley, which local mills in the Rhine Valley turn into superb flour. From more recent times, Tizzano oil has been produced by ancient, centuries-old olive trees, surrounded by younger plants.