- We produce natural biodynamic artisan wines.
- Our 10 acres of vineyards in the Chianti region of Tuscany overlook the sweet hills of Vinci, home of Leonardo
- Author's wines: Pure Sangiovese, Pure Trebbiano toscano, aged in the renowned terracotta amphora from Impruneta.
- “Slow-drink” - on our panoramic terrace, taste the wines with us, visit wineries and vineyards and discover the world of natural wine.
To talk about us is always difficult. Words have no taste: at best they can express poetic imagery, but you cannot smell that. So we prefer to say, “drink about us” because it is in our wines that all the vowels and consonants resonate to express our love for this land and for our work.
Biodynamic and organic will always lead us in our business choices. They give form to our philosophy and our idea of how wine should be.
Our 10 acres of vineyards face south-southwest. Our oldest vinyard dates back to 1972 and is mainly Pure Trebbiano Toscano.
2003 saw our recent vineyards comprised of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Each morning we survey our vineyards. We feel their strength, their harmony with this beautiful land and we feel so grateful. This is what inspires our constant search for elegance, finesse and excellence. This is why we know that a glass filled with our wine needs no words, it will speak for itself. And so, this is what we mean when we say “Drinking about us”
You will taste our wines in front of a spectacular view of the sun drenched Tuscan hills that have nurtured vineyards for centuries. We offer a little snack and also a tasting of our prized olive oils. Finally you can visit our cantina where time, knowledge, experience and skill produce the magic elixer - wine. Each wine has a history. This is our world and we look forward to sharing it with you.
Sergio FalzariI am the son of artists. My father (Sandro) was an inventor of sailing boats. My mother, Clementina, is an artist and painter.
I love to live in art and with art. In my free time I am still involved with the earth... making terracotta sculptures.
For me it is the earth. The wine I make is first and foremost an expression of my plant friends, fellow adventurers, whose existence depends on the earth. The fruit of these plants are my research. I strive to interpret each grape variety as each year they yield new sensations. When they are young, the wines that come from this generous land are like thoroughbreds; unrestrained in their power, strength and energy. Like an experienced equestrian my task is to harmonize their qualities and lead them to elegance and refinement.