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An entire medieval village in Gaiole in Chianti, the heart of Historic Chianti, surrounded by woods, olives and rows of cypress trees. 850 hectares of property with altitudes that range from 860 metres (hill of Mount Luco) to 380 metres. The vine-covered hectares are 100, mainly Sangiovese, basic grape varietal of the highly prized Tuscan wines produced. 15 hectares are olive cultivated. Accommodation in the historic residence, wine shop and the best Tuscan food.
90% Sangiovese, 10% Canaiolo & Colorino. Sourced from various sites on their estate in Gaiole. Soil- Galestro, medium structure, rich in limestone and chalk. Avg altitude: 420-550 meters. Avg vine age: 35 years. Avg yield- 1.5kg/plant. Fermentation: spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel. Aging: 3 months stainless steel, 12 months in large botti, followed by 6 months in bottle.
93 POINTS James Suckling "This wine shows gorgeous aromas of crushed raspberries and cherries with hints of flowers. Medium to full body, firm and silky tannins and a vivid, energetic finish. Drink or hold."
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