Lillatrino
Montecucco DOC Vermentino
Albatreto
Montecucco DOC Rosso
Sugherettaio
Montecucco DOC Rosso Riserva
Ginepraio
Montecucco DOCG Sangiovese
Stracciabracaio
Red Tuscany IGT

The Vineyards

The optimal microclimate for the vine plantation, especially for the one of Sangiovese, that represents the predominant base of all the Tuscan red vines, is guaranteed by a constant ventilation, by significant thermal variation, by the South South-East exposition, by lands consecrated to this kind of plantation and, not least, by a unique factor: the presence of a perfectly balanced nature, favoured by the natural habitat of a very huge wood area. The vineyard is in Campagnatico municipality, in the Montecucco DOC/DOCG among two of the most eminent Tuscan DOCG areas: Brunello di Montalcino and Morellino di Scansano. They are on two plots: Campo del Pero, about 2,3 hectares, where there are a 70% of the Sangiovese vine variety, 11% Merlot, 11 % Cabernet Sauvignon and 8% Syrah. The Campino is a land of about 0,5 hectares where there is a 100% Vermentino vine variety. Campo del Pozzo is about 1,2 hectares where there are a 60% Sangiovese vine variety, 11% Ciliegiolo, 20% Vermentino and 9% Alicante.

The wine cellar

Newly built, the wine cellar is totally underground in order to avoid the contacts of the wine with the sunlight and the exposition to thermal variations. It also allows a natural fermentation and ageing with no other means to be used. Following a double selection of the handpicked grapes, the winemaking and the fermentation take place in stainless steel vats. The ageing of the most exquisite wines varies from 12 to 14 months in 550 l French barrels and in 20 l big barrels.
The optimal microclimate for the olive tree plantation is guaranteed by a constant ventilation, by significant thermal variation, by the South South-East exposition and, not least, by the presence of a perfectly balanced nature, favoured by the natural habitat of a very huge wood area. These conditions are the ideal ones for the plantation of Moraiolo and Leccino varieties (the basis of Tuscan oil).