The firm founded in 2002 boast four hectars of Montepulciano, one of Merlot and one of Fiano. The wine cellar has been converted into charming rooms with vaulted ceilings.The names of the wines are connected with the history of this region: during the share farming period the owner divided the property in smaller parts assigned to single farmer families. Every single part kept the traditional name of the place: Casone, Monte Torto, Monticello, and so on. That economic organisation exists no more at current time but the landscape and the surviving agricultural architecture keep evidences and imprinting of it.
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