Lecci and Brocchi Farm is now an 'agricultural' reality. Vasco Lastrucci and Vittoria Baldi purchased their first piece of land in the seventies in the heart of Chianti Classico. The vineyards and olive groves are their pride and satisfaction. Over the years the property grew and today Lecci and Brocchi Farms has 24.7 acres in vineyards, olive groves and woodlands.
The secret of their excellent quality is in the characteristics of the soil which is well exposed to sunlight and rich burgundy color, suitable to give to products a great terroir.
Today the Farm, run by their daughter Sabrina and her Husband Giancarlo produces and bottles Chianti Classico wine, Chianti Classico Reserve, Extra Virgin Olive oil and a revolutionary and very old white wine, made from totally Sangiovese red grapes. One of their latest accomplishments is a sweet wine, Occhio di Pernice, where selected grapes are placed to dry on wattles. Needless to say, all is strictly done in the traditional manner!