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MY PHILOSOPHY

DISCOVER MY WAY OF BEING

WHERE IT ALL BEGAN

My grandparents have always been driven by a passion. A passion which led them to produce wines that were complements of the territory with a recognizable personality over time.

A WAY OF THINKING

I do not like talking about my wines, it is better if others talk about them. I would like it to be clear that I do not produce, the ones who produce are my vines, the soil where they were planted, and the air they breathe. 

I am just the final link of the chain, my task is to protect them and to harvest the fruit they give me as a reward. If the bunches are perfect and in perfect ripeness everything becomes easier.

IMPERFECTION CREATES PERFECTION

Nature is fragile and delicate. For millennia the beauty of nature has been the inspiration of artists and poets around the world.

A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
LASTS OVER TIME

I believe and have been taught to believe that nature must be respected, especially the land, the fruit and the vines growing there. Too many interventions inspired by the progress go against nature, impoverish the land and take away the plants’ ability to defend themselves. That is why the management of my vineyards is done in an almost wild way. This is my philosophy.

EVERYONE TALKS ABOUT IT
BUT FEW DO IT

All the most important works during the year are strictly done by hand.

PODERE SAN GIORGIO:

A VINEYARD IN HARMONY WITH NATURE

My vineyards are located in the middle of a natural oasis established in 1994. In these lands the respect for nature, animals and plants is an essential requisite.

THE IMPACT OF HISTORY
AND THE BALANCE BETWEEN SOIL AND CLIMATE

My vineyards are about 5 kilometers from the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, which positively affects the microclimate. They are also located near the medieval village of Lari, ancient capital of The Pisan Hills. In 1406 AD the citadel was the seat of the Vicariate of the Florentine government hosting the members of the noblest families of the city including the Medici, Pitti and others from all over the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. This is the reason why my family and the other peasants of this territory had the possibility to raise cattle, produce cereals and wines appreciated by nobles and clergy.

XVII century map of Italy, Sardinia and Corsica in colored etching, showing the location of The Citadel of Lari in a territory subjected to the warm influence of the Mediterranean Sea, about 70 kilometers west of Florence and 20 kilometers south of Pisa.
Historical photos of our territory.
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