Who we are

Our story behind our wine production

The farm has 4 ha of south/south-west facing vineyards. 2.84 ha were planted fairly recently (2003) with Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapevines; the rest were planted back in 1972, mainly with Trebbiano, but also a few Sangiovese vines.

Bioagriturismo Il Fondaccio

At our organic agriturismo Il Fondaccio, located amidst the rolling hills close to Vinci, the birthplace of the great Leonardo, our guests can enjoy a superb holiday and the best of natural, organic wine.

Craft and art

We love craftsmanship and art, and our wish is to enrich the wine, its presentation, and the places where we welcome our guests with artistic expressions.

>Wine testing

Wine testing

In the splendid setting of the Tuscan hills of Vinci, where the vineyards and olive groves alternate in different shades of green, spreading the aromas, we offer enthusiasts a visit to the farm with a tasting of our organic and biodynamic wines.
The optimal atmosphere to taste the products of the earth and the work that we are passionate about is here with us, in the company of those who follow the entire wine production process, from the harvest to the vinification and bottling.
You will be able to satisfy the curiosities linked to the history and composition of the wine that you will taste appreciating the sincere hospitality of a family that for years has made its experience and its resources available to obtain an organic and biodynamic wine of the highest quality.

Tuscan Wines

Selengaia Falzari

80% Sangiovese
15% Cabernet Sauvignon
5 % Merlot

Altrove Falzari

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

Pilandra Falzari


Tinnari Falzari

from a single blend of the Tuscan Trebbiano


How to taste wine


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


Tacconi di biada: first course paired with Elsewhere

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

Filling the barriques


Filling the barriques

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


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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