…an estate which produces terroir wines
Sangiovese is Tuscany’s principal grape variety, and this is also the case in this part of the region, where wine has been produced ever since the Etruscan epoch. For this reason, over half of the 282 acres (110 hectares) of vineyards are planted precisely to this variety, difficult to cultivate but one with which some of the world’s most interesting and original wines are made. In Tuscany, thanks to the incomparable soils with which the region is endowed, grape varieties such as Cabernet, Syrah, and Merlot also find a hospitable environment and give wines of much character and personality. No science fiction-type of equipment is involved, the cellars contain only that which is strictly necessary and is utilized merely to draw forth the maximum which the soil has managed to transmit o the grapes.