Fermentation Room

Our wine cellars cover two floors: the fermentation room is on the upper floor, it has been completely renovated in 2004 and its trabeated ceilings, typical of the Chianti area’s countryside houses, have been restored to their original splendor. Appreciation and respect for local architecture is our way to enhance the care and attention for grapes.

Barrique Room

Wine cellars are located within the Pieve of San Leolino, a magnificent example of Tuscan Romanesque style dating back to the 9th century A.D.
The area below the fermentation room has been carefully restored as well: this cellar houses the French oak barrels in which the wine’s maturation process is completed.

The Parish Church

Along the church’s façade runs a Renaissance-style portico supported on Tuscan order, sandstone columns dating back to the fifteenth century when the church was under the patronage of the Florentine hospital of Santa Maria Nuova. The interior houses thirteenth and fifteenth century works of art by Meliore and Mariotto di Nardo, and two glazed earthenware tabernacles attributed to the Della Robbia family.