DiscoverOur Wines

In search of the perfect balance, we present our wines below.


  • TYPOLOGY:Chianti docg
  • GRAPES:A blend of Sangiovese with hints of Canaiolo and Colorino.
  • ALCOHOL CONTENT:14,5% vol.
  • COLOR:Intense ruby red


  • TYPOLOGY:Tuscan Red Wine IGT
  • GRAPES:Ciliegiolo in purity
  • ALCOHOL CONTENT:14% vol.
  • COLOR:Intense ruby red

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  • TYPOLOGY:Tuscan White Wine IGT
  • GRAPES:Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc
  • ALCOHOL CONTENT:13,5% vol.
  • COLOR:Pale yellow, nearly transparent

Our Philosophy: Organic

In 2015, the estate underwent its first steps to become entirely organic. Today, we are proud to be officially recognized as an organic estate. This choice was driven by our love of nature and desire to protect the territory.

Our main commitment is to create an eco-sustainable environment for our production. We guarantee our consumers natural wines, without chemicals, such as herbicides or fertilizers.

IntroductionOur Local Grape Varieties


Sangiovese is a typical grape variety located throughout Italy and is the most widespread grape in the Tuscan region. It’s well known for being a main component in the production of Chianti wine.
There are many clones of the Sangiovese grape. Our estate grows about 29 different types, each typical to various areas throughout the Italian landscape. It’s characterized by its large bunches and significant dimensions. Sangiovese grapes are not intense in color, but contain strong tannins derived in the winemaking process.


Ciliegiolo is a typical grape variety from the central area of ​​Tuscany. Its name derives from the color and aroma of cherries (ciliegia in Italian) and is often used in the production of Chianti. Today, the ciliegiolo variety has been rediscovered and is often used in red wine production to obtain fresh and fruity wines with an excellent drinkability.


Colorino is a typical grape variety primarily found throughout the Tuscan region of Italy. It’s characterized by a thick skin with an intense purple color and deep red pulp, as its name suggests. This grape is often used in varieties that do not have a strong coloring to obtain wines with a more intense color.

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