At Castello del Trebbio in Chianti we make wines that are the expression of two souls. On one hand, the great tradition of the area is represented by our Chianti Superiore Docg wines (made from Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Ciliegiolo grapes) and Lastricato Chianti Rufina (a wine made from Sangiovese grapes alone, aged in amphorae and matured in barrels). On the other hand we develop the new potential of the land: we have created Pazzesco from a blend of Merlot and Syrah grapes; and by uniting Riesling with Pinot Grigio grapes we have created La Congiura.
On the Olianas estate in Sardinia we grow autochthonic grapes: Cannonau, Vermentino, Nasco, Bovale and Carignano which produce wines that are the purest expression of the territory. Either individually or blended, here we make Cannonau (also in a reserve version, aged in amphorae and matured in barrels), Perdixi, a red wine (also aged in amphorae), a Rosè and, needless to say, a Vermentino.
The Tenuta Casadei project originated with the idea of producing international style wines using BioIntegrale methods. Here Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Merlot, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Syrah and Moscato are employed for the creation of four Tuscan IGT wines, two of which from a single grape variety. Approximately half the grapes are aged in amphorae: an approach that is completely in line with the BioIntegrale method, paying tribute to the illustrious antecedents of these lands – the Etruscans – who put terracotta to so many uses.