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Ref. 2476 Civitella Winery

Tuscany - Chianti Colli Aretini DOCG

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general details

Exteriors: 145.65 ha

Interiors: 2.270 ㎡

Winery: 720 ㎡

Housing: 550 ㎡

Total production: 750 hl / year

Bottled wine: 100.000 bottles / year

Production potential: 1.800 hl / year


Vineyards: 25.12 ha

Varieties: Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Grechetto

Training: pruned-spurred cordon, Guyot

Soil composition: clay, limestone

olive grove

Olive grove: 1.01 ha

climate characteristics

Vineyards altitude: 315 - 605 m a.s.l.

Temperatures: min: 1°C - max: 30 °C

Sunshine hours: 2863 h / year

Average precipitations: 967 mm / year

In the hills between Chianti and Valdichiana, in an area with an ideal climate for viticulture, a 146.3-hectare wine estate is for sale. The Tuscan Wine Estate is active in both wine production and tourism, with three apartments available for guests and other buildings to be renovated that could expand the available beds. The 25.1-ha vineyards allows the production of up to 1,800 hl of wine (Chianti DOCG, Supertuscan and Toscana IGT) each year.




The estate stretches for about 146.3 hectares (361.5 acres) on the hills between Chianti and Valdichiana. It reaches a considerable altitude in the northern part (over 600 m above sea level), details that make the property very suitable for growing Pinot Noir grapes.


The backbone of the estate is undoubtedly the vineyard (25.1 ha), which is exploited on the farm to produce numerous Toscana IGT and Supertuscan wines and an excellent Chianti Superiore DOCG.


The rest of the farm is mostly covered by mixed woodland (110.6 ha), followed by arable land (8.8 ha) and a small olive grove (1.0 ha). For the arable land, it is important to point out that a large part of it (about 5.5 ha) is very suitable for planting new vines if one wants to expand the vineyard further.




  • Chianti Superiore DOCG: Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Merlot
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Sangiovese
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Pinot Nero
  • Toscana Bianco IGT: Sauvignon Blanc, Grechetto

Chianti is a picturesque wine region located in Tuscany. The region covers a vast area that includes the provinces of Florence, Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, Pistoia, and Prato. Chianti is renowned for its stunning landscapes, rich history, and world-class wines. The region is home to numerous medieval hilltop towns, rolling hills covered with vineyards, and olive groves. The landscape is characterized by a mild Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild winters, which provides excellent conditions for growing grapes. Chianti is also a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over the world who come to sample the local wine, enjoy the scenery and immerse themselves in the Italian way of life.

Chianti is one of the most famous wine regions in the world, and wine production in the area dates back to the 13th century. The region is particularly known for its production of Chianti Classico, a red wine made primarily from Sangiovese grapes, along with other local varieties. 

The production of Chianti wines is regulated by strict rules that govern the types of grapes used, the winemaking process, and the aging requirements. In addition to Chianti Classico, the area also produces other red and white wines, including, Chianti Rufina, Chianti Colli Senesi, Chianti Colli Aretini, Chianti Colli Fiorentini, and Vin Santo. The region has a long and rich history, and winemaking has played a significant role in the local economy and culture for centuries. 

Today, the Chianti area is home to numerous wineries, ranging from small family-owned vineyards to large commercial operations, all dedicated to producing the highest quality wines.


A short unpaved road provides access to the property, which is about a 10’ drive from a village offering all services. The proximity to the A1 highway then allows quick access to most of the historic cities of Tuscany (Florence, Arezzo, Cortona, Montepulciano, Siena, Montalcino...).




Town with services (6km; 10’), Monte San Savino (8km; 15’), Civitella in Val di Chiana (9km; 20’), Lucignano (15km; 25’), Arezzo (28km; 35’), Rapolano Terme (32km; 35’), Cortona (37km; 45’), Montepulciano (41km; 45’), Pienza (48km; 55’), Tuoro sul Trasimeno (52km; 45’), Buonconvento (54km; 1h 5’), Siena (53km; 55’), Montalcino (60km; 1h 10’), Florence (84km; 1h 20’)




Firenze A. Vespucci (102km; 1h 15’), Grosseto C. Baccarini (123km; 1h 45’), Pisa G. Galilei (163km; 2h), Bologna G. Marconi (184km; 2h 10’), Roma Ciampino (219km; 2h 25’), Roma Fiumicino (234km; 2h 30’)



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