15 hectares in total, much of which is planted with Glera within the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG. Those planted to Glera are spread out over Susegana, Santa Maria di Feletto, and Collalto. The Boschera (or forest grape) is planted higher up towards more densely packed woodsy areas, as are the Raboso and Incrocio Manzoni. The winery itself was once the granary for the village of Sottoriva, but is now a beautiful modern cantina.
Having been in the area for 3 generations, Malibran is lucky to have vineyard sites with well drained, clay, alluvial and gravel soils, as well with wonderful exposure to the sun. Farming biodynamically has also been key to their production, recently receiving a certification for “Biodiversity Friend”, a recognition for the amount of healthy populations of insects and animals living within the vineyards.