Fontodi Azienda Agricola DI Giovanni e Marco Manetti S.agr.S.

Via San Leolino, 89, Loc. Panzano, Greve in Chianti, 50022 Panzano - Greve in Chianti (Fi)
Italy
Telephone +39 055 852005
Fax +39 055 852537
fontodi@fontodi.com

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 16): stand H59

Fairground map

ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.18  Toscana

Our products

Product category: Toscana

Fontodi Chianti Classico

Appellation
Chianti Classico DOCG

Grapes
Sangiovese

Vineyards
Various vineyards within the property

Density
3.500 and 6.000 vines per hectar

Training system
Guyot

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Product category: Toscana

Vigna del Sorbo

Chianti Classico DOCG
Gran Selezione

Appellation
Chainti Classico DOCG Gran Selezione

Grapes

Sangiovese 100%

Vineyards
Vigna del Sorbo with south-west exposure with 40 years old vines

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Product category: Toscana

Vin Santo del Chianti Classico DOC

Appellation
Vin Santo del Chianti Classico DOC

Grapes
Malvasia and Sangiovese

Vineyards
Various vineyards within the property

Density
3.500 and 6.000 vines per hectar

Training system
Guyot

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About us

Company details

A great passion
Fontodi has belonged to the Manetti family since 1968. The family has been associated for centuries with another activity typical of the Chianti region, the production of its famous “terrecotte” tiles. And it is in the name of this strong link with the territory and a great passion for quality that the estate has moved successfully towards an ever more attentive cultivation of the vineyards and a more profound knowledge of the potential of Sangiovese in the zone of Panzano.

Respect and Quality
Fontodi is a certified organic estate which extends over 130 hectars of which about 70 are planted with vines. The type of agriculture practised is inspired by the principles of respect of nature and sustainability. Not only are no chemical products used but there is an effort to maximize the internal resources of the estate, thereby reducing the need for any external input. Respecting the environment means wines that are better, purer, and a truer expression of the grape and the territory.

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