La villa together with the other appartments connected to the farm, illuminates the antic but faithfully restored bourg of Cinciano wich often welcomes friends and tourists, is set up on a hill 350m.s.l. Located on the right side of the roman road which from Poggibonsi goes to Barberino Val delsa, Cinciano rejoices of a panoramic sight of uninterrupted rolling of olive orchards and vineyards down to Sangimignano, in one of the most beautiful areas dedicated to Chianti classic senese.
The estate which dates back to 1100 A.D. had been subject to a secular dispute between the rival factions of Florence and Siena, to which it was part of, and underwent a recurrent series of raids by the guelphs.
The vineyards reflected the geography of the area together with thousands of olive trees, renewed in the following years, always according to the traditional varities (Moraiolo, Frantoio and Leccino) go on standing evergreen and producing olives which are daily pressed in the estates oil mill, make our extravergin oil green, spicy, lively and fruity.
Producing our wine we could not but respect tradition and try seeking the expression of the terroir with a little touch of innovation.
In the heart of these two parallels is Sangiovese, for its capacity of depicting the specificities of the area, such as micro-climate, soil and getting wine always different, which with a rational management of modern vineyards of high density, can make the wines eaven more equilibrated.
The sites of western Chianti classico are warm, well aerated, with scarce summer rains, giving the vineyards facing towards the south -west, the right degree of stress, and a healthier grape as well.
The soils of Cinciano are fertile, deep well-drained, well mixtured with a fair presence of organic elements and stones, and in sodoing strengthen the production from summertime until a full maturity of its own specificities.
The fermentation, under controlled temprature, the long maceration of the peels, and a carefull and sustained attention during the refinement inside the traditional big oak barrels, give the grapes, and subsequently the area the ability to express itself in pleasant wines, never too concentrated. The complex bouquet with a predominant taste of ripen red fruit, integrates the lighter and spiced tones of the wood in a persistent and pleasant drinking wine.