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Ref. 2353 Tenuta Castelletto

Tuscany - Chianti DOCG

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general details

Exteriors: 201.21 ha

Interiors: 4.701 ㎡

Winery: 1.260 ㎡

Housing: 3.108 ㎡

Production potential: 1.477 hl / year

Grapes harvested: 209 tons / year


Vineyards: 19.94 ha

Varieties: Sangiovese (37.6%), Trebbiano (23.4%), Merlot (14.9%), Petit Verdot (5.6%), Syrah (4.8%), Vermentino (4.1%), Pugnitello (3.7%), Viognier (3.5%), Ancellotta (1.9%), Cabernet Franc (0.5%)

Training: pruned-spur cordon (4,500 vines/ha)

Year(s) of planting: 1976, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2011, 2013-2016

Soil composition: clayish, sandy, loamy

olive grove

Olive grove: 10.03 ha

Trees: 3.000

Cultivar: Frantoio, Moraiolo, Pendolino, Leccino, Mignola

Olive oil: 3.200 kg

climate characteristics

Vineyards altitude: 95 - 170 m a.s.l.

Temperatures: min: 1°C - max: 30 °C

Sunshine hours: 2.977 h / year

Average precipitations: 1.032 mm / year

On the hills between Pisa and Florence, not far from the town of San Miniato, 201-hectare wine estate. The property is developed around an elegant 16th-century manor house with various service houses and a large wine cellar (over 1,200 sqm). Scattered around the estate are also four rustic farmhouses in need of renovation.

The agricultural activity includes Chianti DOCG and IGT vineyards (19.9 ha) and a large olive grove (3,000 trees) that produce 197,000 bottles of wine and 3,200 kg of oil per year, respectively.




The farm, located in the hills between Florence and Pisa, covers a total surface area of 201.2 hectares (497.2 acres). Large portions of the farm are covered with arable land (90.7 ha partially uncultivated), in the past planted with durum wheat, soft wheat and rape (with excellent results): these areas could easily be repurposed into new vineyards.

Alongside the arable land, pasture land (20.5 ha) is currently cultivated with alfalfa (there is a free loan contract that can be terminated with 4 months' notice). A private lake provides water for irrigation.


Next, in order of size, we find woodland (60.1 ha) with tall trees of valuable species, including holm oaks and downy oaks: these trees are typical of the area and favor the presence of both white and black truffles.


The upper part of the estate, where the villa is located, is subject to a hunting ban, which ensures peace and quiet even during the hunting season.


The backbone of the estate is undoubtedly the vineyards (19.94 ha), registered as Chianti DOCG and Toscana IGT, which allows the production of up to 197,000 bottles of wine per year. Currently the company sells grapes to third parties who then take care of winemaking but, when operational, the winery used to produce the following wines:

  • Chianti DOCG: Sangiovese 90%, Canaiolo 10% (160,000 bottles)
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Merlot 100% (10,000 bottles)
  • Toscana Rosso IGT: Sangiovese 100% (5,000 bottles)
  • Toscana Bianco IGT: Trebbiano, Chardonnay (8,000 bottles)
  • Toscana Bianco IGT: Vermentino 100% (5,000 bottles)
  • Toscana Rosé IGT: Sangiovese 100% (2,000 bottles)
  • Vinsanto del Chianti DOC: Trebbiano, Malvasia (7,000 bottles)


Last but not least, the estate also features an ample olive grove (10.0 ha totaling 3,000 trees) that allows producing excellent extra-virgin olive oil (which is then filtered directly at the property).

Chianti is a historical region of Tuscany comprising the provinces of Florence, Siena and Arezzo. Characterized by hills covered with vineyards and woods, the area has always been devoted to the production of exceptional wines, known throughout the world and really a symbol of Tuscany abroad.

Originally comprising the territories of only three towns (Gaiole, Radda and Castellina) that made up the so-called Lega del Chianti, the area has expanded over the centuries to include large portions of the territories of Siena, Florence and even Arezzo.

The territory is rather homogeneous in terms of geological characteristics, while in terms of climate, there are significant temperature variations over the course of the year with hot summers and generally harsh winters: while these characteristics are unsuitable for normal crops, vines find in Chianti an ideal environment in which to thrive.



Services are available in the nearby town of San Miniato (7km; 10') but historic and renowned cities such as Pisa, Lucca and Florence are all reachable in less than an hour’s drive. The property is also well served by the airports of Florence and Pisa, each approximately 50 km away.




San Miniato (7km; 15’), Empoli (14km; 25’), Certaldo (26km; 35’), San Casciano in Val di Pesa (40km; 50’), San Gimignano (41km; 50’), Volterra (50km; 1h), Florence (50km; 1h), Pisa (53km; 50’), Lucca (54km; 1h), Greve in Chianti (56km; 1h 5’), Monteriggioni (56km; 1h), Siena (72km; 1h 10’), Forte dei Marmi (92km; 1h 15’), Arezzo (120km; 1h 30’)




Firenze A. Vespucci (45km; 45’), Pisa G. Galilei (50km; 45’), Bologna G. Marconi (132km; 1h 35’), Grosseto C. Baccarini (179km; 2h), Perugia San Francesco (204km; 2h 30’), Roma Ciampino (331km; 3h 30’), Roma Fiumicino (344km; 3h 35’)



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