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VIGNAMAGGIO – TUSCANY – ITALY
When the history of a company joins the history of its people, it becomes a fundamental part of the chronicles of that territory. It happens for Vignamaggio, a historic Tuscan winery and olive grove, whose history dates back to the time when Guelphs and Ghibellines fought over Tuscany.
Vignamaggio became the historical seat of the Gherardini family who, expelled from Florence in 1280, settled in the homonymous valley in 1302. There, the Gherardini, in a house surrounded by generous nature, started the cultivation of vineyards as evidenced by a document of 1404. which, symbolically, establishes the beginning of Vignamaggio wine.
Today, Vignamaggio is an international organic company that in 2014 embarked on an ambitious restoration project, which includes, above all, the cellars.
Ownership: Patrice Paul Taravella
Oenological management: Barbara Tamburini
Agronomic management: Francesco Naldi
Vineyard hectares: 70
Bottles produced: 200,000
Direct sales: yes
Visits to the company: yes
Foundation year: 1404
Cabernet Franc 2016
Merlot di Santa Maria 2015
Monna Lisa Riserva 2017
Monna Lisa Riserva 2015
Terre di Prenzano 2018
Terre di Prenzano 2017