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Ref. 2287 Tenuta del Melograno


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general details

Exteriors: 102.75 ha

Interiors: 2.230 ㎡

Housing: 1.850 ㎡

Total production: 198 hl / year

Bottled wine: 27.000 bottles / year

Production potential: 300 hl / year

Grapes harvested: 12 tons / year


Vineyards: 4.52 ha

Varieties: Trebbiano, Malvasia, Sangiovese, Ancellotta, Ciliegiolo

Training: pruned-spur cordon

olive grove

Olive grove: 1.15 ha

Trees: 480

Olive oil: 735 kg

climate characteristics

Vineyards altitude: 60 - 115 m a.s.l.

Temperatures: min: 1°C - max: 30 °C

Sunshine hours: 2.987 h / year

Average precipitations: 958 mm / year

This 102.7-hectare estate is located halfway between Florence and Pisa, in the heart of Tuscany. The property consists of a rural hamlet (1,320 m²) that includes ten guest apartments, the owners' house and farm warehouses, and two ruined farms in need of restoration (910 m²). The land accommodates an IGT vineyard (4.5 ha), an olive grove (480 trees) and large woods with truffle ground. The farm falls almost entirely within a wildlife hunting reserve.




The central core of the property consists of three buildings, which house mainly ten guest apartments (700 m² – 7,532 ft², 19 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms). Next to the accommodation business is then the owners' home (240 m² – 2,582 ft², 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms) consisting of a large living area with open kitchen and dining room on the ground floor, three bedrooms and three bathrooms on the first floor. Completing the property are the various agricultural warehouses and storerooms (380 m² – 4,089 ft²) for use by the agricultural activity.

The buildings on the estate all date back to the period from the second half of the 19th to the early 20th century and have been restored in recent times with the idea of maintaining their original rural appearance wherever possible. The properties are in good condition, with only updates and minor refurbishment necessary. The driveway is adorned with cypress trees in the Tuscan manner.


Not far from the farmhouses, in a slightly elevated position, is the 15 × 7.5 m swimming pool surrounded by a paved sunbathing area and a garden with hedges. Across the road from the pool is then a carport.


Further away from the main hamlet, on the hills of the estate, there are then two poderi to be renovated. Podere A (360 m² – 3,874 ft²), located at the highest part of the estate, is just a ruin and only the foundations of the buildings are visible today. However, there are documents from several years ago that show the approximate appearance of the building, thus allowing for a fairly accurate reconstruction.

On the other hand, Podere B (550 m² – 5,918 ft²) is located in the valley, at the edge of the forest: the perimeter walls and some of the partitions of this building are still standing, which means that it is still possible to reconstruct the building in its original form.




The property spreads over a total of 102.7 hectares (253.8 acres), almost entirely inside a wildlife hunting reserve (over 95.0 ha). The woods surrounding the buildings provide great privacy and include a truffle ground where the prized white truffles of San Miniato can be found (the farm is also part of the local Truffle Consortium).

The IGT vineyard (4.5 ha) consists of Trebbiano, Malvasia, Sangiovese, Ancellotta and Ciliegiolo varieties. Grapes are partly converted into wine (8 tons red + 12 tons white, equaling roughly 27,000 bottles per year) and partly sold out to other wineries (12 tons). If all the grapes were processed in-house, the yearly production could be bumped up to 40,000 bottles.

The olive grove (about 480 trees spread over 1.1 ha of land), on the other hand, are exploited directly for the production of excellent extra virgin olive oil (up to 800 kg per year).

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, 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.



Services are available in the nearby village (2km; 5'), and the center of Castelfiorentino is about a 20-minute drive away (16km; 20'). From the property one can reach the art cities of Tuscany in less than two hours by car (Volterra, Pisa, Monteriggioni, Florence, Siena, Pienza, Montepulciano...).




Town with services (2km; 5’), Castelfiorentino (16km; 20’), Pontedera (25km; 30’), Volterra (44km; 55’), San Casciano in Val di Pesa (44km; 1h), Pisa (51km; 50’), Lucca (54km; 1h 5’), Monteriggioni (56km; 1h), Florence (61km; 1h 10’), Greve in Chianti (67km; 1h 15’), Bagno a Ripoli (69km; 1h 5’), Siena (72km; 1h 10’), Viareggio (78km; 1h 10’), Gaiole in Chianti (81km; 1h 30’), Forte dei Marmi (84km; 1h 20’), Pienza (123km; 2h), Montepulciano (132km; 2h)




Pisa G. Galilei (48km; 45’), Firenze A. Vespucci (56km; 50’), Bologna G. Marconi (143km; 1h 45’), Grosseto C. Baccarini (141km; 2h 55’), Roma Ciampino (314km; 3h 30’), Roma Fiumicino (328km; 3h 35’)



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