The estate covers about thirty hectares of which five are used for viticulture, three of which are dedicated Brunello vineyards, and the rest are divided between arable land, olive groves and a small forest.
Poggiarellino has its roots in Tuscan agricultural culture which, intact until the middle of the twentieth century, provided for a diversification of production aimed at self-sufficiency.
The principal activities of wine making, cereals, fodder, and animal husbandry were accompanied by the production of flax and hemp and the cultivation of silkworms, as evidenced by the centuries-old mulberry trees that still line the farm roads.
The modernization of agricultural techniques and the need to respond to new market demands have led to a specialization of crops, which have been produced according to criteria of the highest quality to guarantee the most genuine result.
This production philosophy is best expressed in our Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino wines as well as our extra virgin olive oil.
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We ship our wines all over the world: it is possible to get more informations and make a reservation writing at: email@example.com, or phoning/faxing at 039/(0)577/848726.