The Tili winery stretches over the hills that flank the town of Assisi to the east, a land rich in peace and saints, but also with a centuries-old wine and olive oil tradition. It is not known what the founder of the Tili family found when he came to these hills from northern Europe in the wake of Barbarossa in 1200, but since then the Tili family have lovingly cultivated this land mixed with rock to extract the best fruits, such as wine andoil. In 1978 , the owner continued the family tradition, handed down from father to son, and began bottling his own production, driven by a dream: that of making his wine travel to the furthest corners of the world, so that lovers of good drinking could get to know and appreciate it. Passionate commitment and tenacious research are making the dream come true. The 90-100,000 bottles produced annually are tasted in selected wine-loving circles in Japan, the USA, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Sweden.
The medium-textured calcareous soils, poor in organic matter and rich in skeleton and mineral salts, are excellent for the selected crops grown on the Tili estate. The vine sinks its roots into an arid soil that, due to its particular permeability, is unable to retain water from rainfall, thus enriching the organoleptic qualities of the grapes with particular saline components. The geographical and climatic conditions guarantee excellent healthiness of the vineyards. They require very few targeted chemical treatments, which are carried out with the help of a weather station that constantly monitors the vineyard and olive grove. The company's fifteen hectares of vineyards include the best vines, carefully selected and cultivated in espalier style so that they can be kissed by the sun all day long. The use of special techniques such as short pruning, tying with traditional loops in respect of the ecosystem, spring thinning,grassing associated with targeted and calculated ploughing, and careful integrated pest management without the use of pesticides and herbicides, show the love and respect for nature of the family-run company.