Endless rows of vines and Tuscan sun
The typical Tuscan landscape speaks for itself of the strong wine-making vocation of the territory: kilometers and kilometers of splendid rows that extend over the hills characterized by the typical Tuscan cypresses. The undisputed soul of the red wines of this region is Sangiovese, present in almost all DOC wines.
Terre Natuzzi Bianco Toscana IGT
Soils in the south-west facing vineyards are of marine origin, calcareous with a strong presence of white sea shells that impart elegance and complexity to the wines. The vines are trained in VSP (vertical shoot positioning) and Guyot pruned.
Terre Natuzzi Rosso Toscana IGT
The vineyards are facing south west in the mid slopes , vines are planted on a mix of clay and limestone soils on which Sangiovese and Merlot can give the best expression.
Chianti DOCG Riserva
The Greve is the heart of Chianti, the hilly region of central Tuscany. The vineyards are on the seep slopes so the wines from quartzitic blue-grey sandstone, with layers of sand and calcareous trained according to a simple Guyot system, with a maximum of five to eight buds per vine.
Chianti Classico DOCG
The Greve is the heart of Chianti, the hilly region of central Tuscany. The vineyards are on the seep slopes so the wines from the sandy soils are scented and elegant, their perfumes developed by the cool nights and long growing season at such an altitude.