All our efforts are aimed at making quality wines: it is essential for us to put all the best of our small vineyard in our bottles. Our products come exclusively from Sangiovese grapes and from other local varieties. Since the 2013 harvest, our wines are certified organic. We also make olive oil (Frantoio, Leccino and Moraiolo varieties), our olive trees yield on average 300 kg of extra virgin olive oil every year.
“Le Tracce” is the name we chose for our Rosso and Brunello di Montalcino. It is inspired by the “traces” left by the Romans and the Etruscans on our territory, to which we wanted to leave an ideal tribute. If you wish, you can visit us to better understand what we are referring to.
Made from Trebbiano Toscano and Verdea grapes, these varieties were widely cultivated until the end of the '70s, and then overshadowed by international varieties. Nowadays rediscovered, these varieties express a clear Tuscan character with typical scents.
Extra-vergin olive oil
Two olive groves are now yielding olive oil: the oldest surrounds the house, the newest is not far, in the “Lamoni” area. Depending on the year, they yield 200-300 litres of extra virgin olive oil, sold in tins (3 or 5 liters) and in 0.5 liter bottles.