The history of the Bonaccini family farm dates back to the early 1800s. Since then our traditions have been handed down from generation to generation, adjusted and carefully corrected over the years, so as to improve the product and always be at the step with the times. In 1950, separated from the “master” family Rosselli Del Turco, the Bonaccini family, freed from the status of sharecropping after being granted a plot of about 5 hectares, became the owner of the land where wheat, olive trees and vines were initially cultivated thus starting to have its own production; that was how our family began to produce and then sell their products.
Today the company boasts, both quantitatively and qualitatively, a valuable production of wine and oil obtained from the processing of our farm, which over the years has increasingly expanded. Alongside the production of oil and wine, today there is a substantial breeding of chickens, guinea fowl, pigeons, rabbits, ducks and pigs, all fed and treated with the utmost respect for ancient traditions (leaving them growing freely in our farms).