The estate is on the southern hills of Chianti with a splendid view over Siena and the Amiata Mount. The property consists of two adjacent buildings used one as accommodation business and the other for the production of Chianti wine (D.O.C.G.). It is located in a position of rare beauty with a view up to Siena (25 km). The style and the preservation of the buildings (in the oldest part dating back to the XIII century) is typically Tuscan both internally and externally. The estate consists of two old country houses, a farm outbuilding of 120 square meters (currently used to the storage of the agricultural equipment) and, a short distance from the company building, a further 45 square metres annex to restore. The two country houses are used as the owner’s residence and an adjoining guests quarters (of over 200 square metres). This last part is composed of five perfectly furnished apartments each consisting of bedroom, living room and bathroom (3 of the apartments also have a terrace). There are 2 apartments for the staff, a dreds that can contain about 1,000 ql of wine with a complete equipment for the grape harvest and wine-making, ageing cellar with oak casks, bottling room with the proper machines for bottling and labelling and a shipping room. These ancient country houses are surrounded by approximately 24 hectares of hilly land that slopes towards the Valley where the Malena stream flows. The land has a stony composition (galestro) which makes it ideal for the tree cultivation, for which it is currently used. It is partly directly accessible from the main road and partly from white roads. The land is cultivated with Chianti Classico DOCG vineyards for about 10 hectares, with olive grove for 3 hectares, about 9 hectares of forest and a park with swimming pool of 8×9 metres. The estate is currently used as a wine business, surrounded by vineyards, olive groves and a oaks wood. The farm was bought by the husband of the current owner, who started with the oenologist Giulio Gambelli to modernise the wine production, in respect of the culture and traditions typical of the area. Part of the vineyard is nowadays old and will have to be replanted in the short term in order to re-establish an adequate production to the wide vineyard surface. The recently plant vineyard will be productive within two/three years, so that it will be soon possible to have high production indexes. The estate is in the CHIANTI CLASSICO area which ensures a valuable product, sought after, easily and fairly marketable. The company has excellent stable customers, especially foreign. In the current state, considering the new vineyards as already in production
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