The Estate, with its 30 hectares, lies in the rolling hills of Chianti, protected by the Pratomagno mountains, along the Cassia Vetus, a II-century B.C. Roman road.
Since 2002 we have renovated the entire vineyard area, in the pursuit of quality in our uniqueness. We have created a planting layout that allow us to have 6400 plants per hectar, grown on spurred cordons, so that each plant bears just a few bunches, but healthy and well-concentrated ones; thus we produce no more than 55-60 qt of grapes per hectar. The main chosen varietal is Sangiovese.
We chose to move to the certified organic method since we firmly believe in rules that respect nature.
Our family began its journey through the world of wine in the 1950s, when my grandfather Giannetto Lebole, a consummate and enlightened entrepreneur, purchased a 200 hectare farm from the real family of Savoia, in Castiglion Fibocchi near Arezzo. In short order he carried out a grand agricultural plan, cultivating 90 hectares of vineyards.