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Ref. 1860 Orcia DOC Winery

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Ref. 1860 Orcia DOC Winery

Tuscany, Orcia DOC

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general details

Exteriors: 9.35 ha

Interiors: 1.120 ㎡

Winery: 450 ㎡

Housing: 620 ㎡

Total production: 150 hl / year

Bottled wine: 20.000 bottles / year

Production potential: 320 hl / year


Vineyards: 4.25 ha

Varieties: Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot

Training: pruned-spur cordon (6,250 vines/ha)

Soil composition: clayish, sandy

olive grove

Olive grove: 1.36 ha

climate characteristics

Vineyards altitude: 380 - 400 m a.s.l.

Temperatures: min: 1°C - max: 30 °C

Sunshine hours: 2.935 h / year

Average precipitations: 812 mm / year

On the hills of Val d’Orcia, not far from Trequanda, 9.98-hectare organic wine estate with vineyards, olive grove, truffle-ground, cellar and restored farmhouse. The country house offers three bedrooms and four bathrooms with beautiful finishes valorizing its rustic look. The vineyards are registered as both Orcia DOC (3.13 ha) and Toscana IGT (1.12 ha). Grapes are selected so as to keep their quality high, but one could harvest more fruits and increase the total production from the current 20,000 bottles up to over 40,000 by producing IGT wines only.


The wine cellar (450 sqm – 4,842 sqft) is build fully underground to achieve a perfect control over temperature. The building is made up of winemaking rooms with wooden barrels and stainless steel vats; wood aging room with casks and tonneaux; bottling and labeling room; bottle aging room, packaging and storage room for finishes products. The various rooms are organized in the correct order to ensure maximum productive efficiency. The building is then completed by a technical room and some bathrooms for the staff.

The winery currently produces the following wines:

  • Orcia DOC: Sangiovese 100%
  • Orcia DOC: Sangiovese 60%, Cabernet Sauvignon 30%, Merlot 10%
  • Orcia DOC: Sangiovese 60%, Merlot 40%
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Cabernet Sauvignon 48%, Merlot 48%, Petit Verdot 4%
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Sangiovese 50%, Merlot 20%, Cabernet Sauvignon 25%, Petit Verdot 5%


An underground warehouse (50 m² – 538 ft²) is used as a workshop and shelter for tools and vehicles used in the fields.


The farmhouse (620 m² – 6,671 ft²), in typical Tuscan style, has been finely restored so to preserve its main features intact: external stone walls have been cleaned and valorize, while inside walls have been plastered and painted in light colors to ensure brighter rooms. Parts of the walls, mainly around arches, have been left in stone, contrasting with plastered sections. Ceilings boast the typical combination of wooden beams and terracotta tiles. Floorings inside the farmhouse are all made of old terracotta tiles, with stone staircase connecting the three floors.

  • Basement: private cellar, pantry and gym. The floor can be accessed directly by the kitchen above.
  • Ground floor: entrance room, library, hallway, office, TV room with library and fireplace, laundry, kitchen, ample living room with fireplace and dining room. The technical room of the building can be accessed independently from outside.
  • First floor: living room with Thun stove, three bedrooms with en-suite bathroom.

Val d'Orcia is a stunning region in the province of Siena in Tuscany, Italy. This area is recognized as one of the most beautiful parts of Italy, and it's no wonder why. The landscape is defined by rolling hills, cypress trees, and medieval villages that sit atop the hilltops. Val d'Orcia is famous for its unique scenery, which has inspired many artists and photographers over the years. In recognition of its cultural and natural significance, Val d'Orcia was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. The region is known for its exceptional beauty, which makes it a popular destination for tourists from around the world.

Val d'Orcia covers an area of approximately 50,000 hectares, and it includes a number of small towns and villages, such as Pienza, San Quirico d'Orcia, Montalcino, and Montepulciano. These towns are characterized by their well-preserved medieval architecture, which includes stunning churches, palaces, and piazzas. The region's history is closely linked to the powerful Sienese Republic, which ruled over the area in the Middle Ages.

Wine production has been an important part of Val d'Orcia's economy for centuries. Winemaking in Val d'Orcia is a complex process that requires skill and expertise. The region is known for producing some of the finest wines in Italy, including the famous Brunello di Montalcino, Nobile di Montepulciano and Orcia DOC. The wines of Val d'Orcia are famous for their unique flavors and aromas, which are the result of the region's unique microclimate and soil.



Easily reached and in an extremely quiet and retired position, the estate is located right at the heart of Tuscany and allows easily moving throughout the main cities and towns of central Italy (Trequanda, Pienza, Montepulciano, Montalcino, Cortona, Castiglione del Lago, Arezzo, Siena, Grosseto, Orvieto, San Gimignano, Firenze...). Services are all available in the nearby town (2km; 5').




Town with services (2km; 5’), Trequanda (10km; 15’), Pienza (13km; 20’), Montepulciano (20km; 30’), Montalcino (30km; 40’), Cortona (43km; 50’), Castiglione del Lago (47km; 45’), Arezzo (57km; 55’), Siena (60km; 1h), Grosseto (87km; 1h 30’), Orvieto (92km; 1h 15’), San Gimignano (102km; 1h 40’), Florence (112km; 1h 30’)



Perugia San Francesco (86km; 1h 15’), Grosseto C. Baccarini (101km; 1h 40’), Firenze A. Vespucci (132km; 1h 30’), Pisa G. Galilei (192km; 2h 20’), Bologna G. Marconi (213km; 2h 20’), Roma Ciampino (214km; 2h 20’), Roma Fiumicino (229km; 2h 20’)




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