The importance of Montepulciano wines in a Tuscan enological panorama can be dated back to the Etruscan era.
In 1983 we laid down our roots in Vallocaia, an ancient, renowned Polician hill. In the work of one generation we have enriched the property with other locations dedicated to viticulture and in particular to Sangiovese, each with its own colours and perfumes: Camparone, Casalte, Santa Maria and Fossolupaio. Our vineyards, well ventilated and illuminated fall into five areas of production of the Vino Nobile of Montepulciano: Argiano, Cervognano, Casalte, Sanguineto and Paterno.
The large variety of soils and the different microclimatic conditions of the areas, thanks to diverse geological origins and its morphology, bestow a complex variety of aromas and body to its respective wines.
We have created small vineyards, totally or partially covered with grass, surrounded by hedges and embankments, interspersed with woods, olive groves and arable lands to strengthen the biodiversity of the ecosystem and improve the optimisation of the water. All forms of forcing are avoided with the intent to render the plants more resistant to adversity and to obtain healthy and mature fruits which express the energy and the character of the land from which they come.
Vineyards 54 Ha, Olive groves 16 Ha, Arable lands 40 Ha, Woodland 36 Ha.
Indigenous varieties: Sangiovese, Colorino, Canaiolo, Mammolo, Trebbiano, Malvasia, Grechetto.
International varieties: Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc.