Since 1870 the Losi, ancient wine-makers family in Chianti, committed themselves to produce high quality wine. Tranquillo Losi, founders of the estate, chose as oenologist the famous Tancredi Biondi Santi, creator of Brunello di Montalcino, from who he learned a lot of secrets for producing fine wines and then handed down to his sons, Carlo, Alfiero and Emilio, and then, to his nephews, Pietro and Paolo. Over the generations, the Losi family succeeded at preserving the traditional and authentic wine-making culture of Chianti, involving the fifth generation, Riccardo e Valeria.
Only few kilometers far from Siena, on the Chianti hills, the Losi wine estate enjoys a privileged location both for his excellent exposure to the midday sun and for his ground composition equilibrium of stone (Alberese and Galestro) and clayey elements. The vineyards located on the slopes of the old Chartusian Abbey of Pontignano have always represented the vocation of this territory, consolidating over time, a centuries-old tradition in vine cultivation handed down by the Carthusian monks for the production of longevous wines.