"Drink" of us

Sergio Falzari

Biodynamics

The earth thanks

The cellar

Where grapes become wine

Roberto Falzari

  • We produce handmade and natural biodynamic wines .
  • In Tuscany , in the Chianti four hectares of vineyards, on the gentle hills of Vinci, Leonardo's homeland.
  • Author wines: Sangiovese in purity, Trebbiano Tuscan in terracotta amphora from Impruneta.

Talking about us is always difficult, because words have no flavor. They have the imagination that makes them up, but they cannot be smelled. This is why we prefer to say: drink of us. Exactly there in our wine, there are all the vowels and consonants that are used to describe the love and work for this land.
Biodynamics and organic products have always led us in our company choices, the only possible path to give shape to our philosophy, to the idea we have always had of how a wine should be.

We have a total of about 4 hectares of vineyards facing south-south west. About one hectare dates back to 1972, with a prevalence of Trebbiano Toscano, the rest are more recent, from 2003, and produce Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Drinking us means translating our search for elegance and finesse into the glass, enhancing everything we have available. Every morning when we look out over our vineyards we feel their strength and harmony and our gratitude to them. This is why we are sure that when the glass is filled with one of our wines, there will be no words to add because he will tell you all this.

I vini Falzari
Our wines
Selengaia, Tinnari and Pilandra are not only wines, but the alchemy of the elements that are found inside. Our Sardinian origin, here are the names, the particularity of the labels that are of our mother Clementina, recognized artist and painter, the choice of naturalness without compromise.
Even the Altrove (Elsewhere), a name that evokes desires and escapes, although a more international blend, has escaped the homologation of the expression, like the others, in fact the result of our philosophy of producing wine.
Sergio Falzari
Sergio Falzari
I am the son of artists, father inventor of sailing boats and mother painter.
I love to live in art and with art. As soon as I can I sculpt and work the terracotta, always lands ...
For me, wine is an expression first of all of my friends, companion plants of adventure, then research and my interpretation of that grape variety and of the sensations it gives in that year. The wines that come out of these generous lands when they are young have so much strength, energy and power, they are thoroughbreds, I try to lead them towards elegance, refinement and harmony.
Roberto Falzari
Roberto Falzari
Freedom, simplicity and variety with my family.
This is the recipe of life I have chosen.
Our work is a continuous adventure in which you can experience many emotions and learn everything.
Blacksmith, bricklayer, builder, entrepreneur and a little inventor. In short, everything and nothing. So I became a "Pilandra" (like our wine) which in Sassari indicates the street boy who always knows how to get by. I love singing and composing music ... in short, I'm a lucky person.

Wine testing

We are in the area of Vinci , and we too, like Leonardo , wanted a place from which to enjoy our panorama, and from which every day we see the changes of nature, of our vineyards and olive groves.
So we created a tasting room which, together with the terrace, overlooks the view in front of us. Together with our guests we taste the wines and tell them about our biological and biodynamic choices. We visit the winery, because seeing how the grapes are transformed, excites us every time too.
Each harvest is different and being able to interpret it, means respecting the grapes and loving your work.

Tuscan Wines

Selengaia Falzari
Selengaia

80% Sangiovese
15% Cabernet Sauvignon
5 % Merlot

Altrove Falzari
Altrove

1/3 Sangiovese
1/3 Cabernet Sauvignon
1/3 Merlot

Pilandra Falzari
Pilandra

Sangiovese

Tinnari Falzari
Tinnari(*)

from a single blend of the Tuscan Trebbiano

(*) currently not available

News

How to taste wine

10/26/2019

How to taste wine

The work of the sommelier is very complex and requires long studies and experience. But knowing how to taste a wine to appreciate the quality of the product we are drinking can be useful and certainly a lot of fun.

 Tacconi di biada: first course paired with Elsewhere

8/18/2019

Tacconi di biada: first course paired with Elsewhere

First summer dish based on Tacconi di biada with mushroom ragout and rabbit

Filling the barriques

6/29/2019

Filling the barriques

Routine operation performed in the cellar to eliminate the "vacuum" due to the evaporation of the wine, thus avoiding oxidation.

Events

Dinner with the producer

Sergio Falzari presents his production, telling us about his love for the land and for biodynamic culture

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