During the medieval period verdant Umbria had a population nearly five times as large as it is today. Almost every field, copse, olive grove and vineyard had a tenant, a farmhouse a barn and a granary. Due to changes in lifestyle many beautiful houses fell into ruin. Nowadays Umbria is on the rise again, and many of its ruins have seen renovation, restoration and growth but fortunately it remains pleasantly under populated. This farmhouse, which takes its name from the luscious local grapevine, oozes history and it is believed that a building has existed on the site since medieval times.
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