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Ref. 2348 Tenuta Timignano

Tuscany - Chianti DOCG

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general details

Exteriors: 22.47 ha

Interiors: 2.254 ㎡

Winery: 380 ㎡

Housing: 1.874 ㎡

Total production: 870 hl / year

Bottled wine: 116.000 bottles / year


Vineyards: 10.96 ha

Varieties: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Malvasia Bianca, Trebbiano

Training: pruned-spur cordon

Year(s) of planting: 2004 - 2012

Soil composition: clayish, rich in minerals

olive grove

Olive grove: 9.677 ㎡

Trees: 180

Cultivar: Moraiolo, Frantoio, Leccino

Olive oil: 1300 kg

climate characteristics

Vineyards altitude: 74 - 143 m a.s.l.

Temperatures: min: 0°C - max: 30 °C

Sunshine hours: 958 h / year

Average precipitations: 2.987 mm / year

On the Chiantihills, about one hour from Florence, a 22.4-hectare estate with Agriturismo and organic vineyards. The property is in excellent condition, with elegant and well-designed finishes, and features eight apartments for the guests, who can also find a wellness center with spa, restaurant and hall for company events. The winery (currently not operational) used the 10.9 ha of vineyards (Chianti DOCG) to produce approximately 116,000 bottles of wine per year.



The farmhouse (600 m² – 6,456 ft², 9 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms) is a two-story building, the result of the reconstruction of a ruined rustic country house. The work has created a cozy holiday home divided into apartments, all characterized by high quality finishes such as travertine floors, large windows and LED lighting. The roof is made of wood for better energy efficiency. All the floors are connected by an elevator that also descends underground.

On the ground floor, the building opens with a reception area to welcome guests. From here one then has access to an apartment (living room, bedroom and bathroom) intended for the caretakers of the facility but which can also easily be used for guests. With independent access from the outside, one then has access to two more apartments (also consisting of a living room, bedroom and bathroom). From the entrance, a hallway houses the staircase leading to the upper floor and the basement level.

Going up to the first floor from the internal staircase, one reaches a central hallway that then gives access to four apartments (all composed of living room, bedroom and bathroom). On the eastern side of the farmhouse, an external staircase leads directly to the last apartment, which is totally independent and consists of a living area, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Descending underground, the staircase (or elevator) leads to a large hall for events (255 m² – 2,744 ft², capable of accommodating up to 220 people at full capacity) and from here to the wellness center (100 m² – 1,076 ft²) with whirlwind tub, Turkish bath, sensory showers and massage area. Several storage rooms (220 m² – 2,367 ft²) with bathrooms for the staff complete the underground portion of the complex.


Opposite the farmhouse is the property’s restaurant (80 m² – 861 ft²), which consists of a large hall with a full-wall window opening onto the valley, service bathrooms and a large professional kitchen. A staircase then descends underground to the event area.


Also next to the farmhouse is the owners’ house (95 m² – 1,022 ft², 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms), laid over one level. The entrance door opens onto a spacious and bright living room with dining area and open kitchen. A hallway then leads to the sleeping area with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.


The wine cellar (405 m² – 4,358 ft²), built underground in 2009 and also accessible via a ramp leading down from the entrance gate of the property, consists of large rooms for wine making, ageing and bottling of wines. The equipment in the cellar includes vitrified cement and stainless steel tanks, digital temperature control, oak barrels, barriques, terracotta jars and a bottling/packaging line.


Amidst the vineyards are two sheds (35 m² – 376 ft²) and a depot (70 m² – 753 ft²) that can be used to shelter tools and vehicles used in the fields.

When one speaks of Italian wines, the first name that immediately comes to mind is Chianti. A territory that has always been devoted to the production of excellent wines, Grand Duke Cosimo III de' Medici already established in 1716 a draft specification defining the production areas of the wine that would later become Chianti DOCG.

The modern “recipes” for Chianti all descend from the initial blend proposed by Count Bettino Ricasoli: 70% Sangiovese, 15% Canaiolo and 15% Malvasia.

The many declinations of Chianti depend on the area of production and each has unique and distinct characteristics that allow for many variations and pairings.



The property is easily accessible via an unpaved road in excellent condition (approx. 1 km) and has all necessary services in the nearby village (3 km; 5'). Other historic Tuscan towns (San Gimignano, Volterra, Florence, Siena...) can be reached in about an hour's drive, while the coast (Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi...) is less than an hour and a half away.



Closest services (3km; 5’), Castelfiorentino (7km; 15’), San Gimignano (29km; 45’), San Casciano in Val di Pesa (34km; 45’), Volterra (43km; 55’), Monteriggioni (47km; 50’), Florence (48km; 40’), Pisa (60km; 55’), Siena (64km; 1h), Gaiole in Chianti (73km; 1h 25’), Viareggio (88km; 1h 15’), Forte dei Marmi (91km; 1h 20’), Pienza (115km; 1h 55’)



Firenze A. Vespucci (42km; 40’), Pisa G. Galilei (58km; 45’), Bologna G. Marconi (130km; 1h 30’), Grosseto Baccarini (133km; 1h 50’), Perugia San Francesco (202km; 2h 30’), Roma Ciampino (329km; 3h 30’), Roma Fiumicino (342km; 3h 30’)



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