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Ref. 2359 Vigneti del Poggio

Tuscany - Chianti DOCG

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general details

Exteriors: 81.13 ha

Production potential: 900 hl / year


Vineyards: 15.12 ha

Varieties: Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Merlot, Colorino, Alicante Bouschet

Training: Guyot

Year(s) of planting: 1972, 2002, 2006, 2008, 2016

Soil composition: rocky, with clay deposits

olive grove

Olive grove: 3.50 ha

Trees: 350

Cultivar: Moraiolo, Frantoio

Olive oil: 1.500 kg

climate characteristics

Vineyards altitude: 290 - 300 m a.s.l.

Temperatures: min: 0°C - max: 29 °C

Sunshine hours: 2.877 h / year

Average precipitations: 955 mm / year

In the Chianti hills, not far from Bucine and Ambra, an estate of 81.1 hectares with Chianti DOCG vineyards for sale. The property consists of a vineyard of 18.3 hectares (registered almost entirely as Chianti DOCG) that could produce up to 900 hl of wine per year. The olive grove (3.5 ha) has about 350 trees and in good years can produce up to 1,500 kg of oil. Two lakes (one of which is co-owned) are used for crop irrigation.




The estate covers, in its entirety, 81.1336 hectares (200.5 acres). Of these, over half are covered in woodland (44.1668 ha). Arable land (18.3428 ha) could be used to plant new vines and/or other crops if so desired.


Core of the estate are without a doubt the vineyards, registered for the most part as Chianti DOCG (13.0567 ha) and the remaining part as Toscana IGT (2.0643 ha).

Part of the vineyards (roughly 3.5 ha) dates back to the early 1970s and these areas are characterized by missing vines and old plants that need to be totally replaced before being brought back to full production. It is also possible to obtain permits to build a new wine cellar in the property.


Lastly is the olive grove (3.5 hectares totaling over 350 trees) that produces an excellent Tuscan extra-virgin olive oil (Moraiolo and Frantoio varieties). With a good season, the estate can easily produce up to 1,500 kg of oil.


Two artificial lakes, the smaller of which is co-owned with the neighboring property, are regularly used to water the fields and could provide a useful tool to support the vineyards should the weather be too warm and damage the plants.

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.



The estate is about 4 km from a small medieval village offering basic services and just over 10’ drive from Bucine. The A1 motorway junction is not far away and makes it possible to reach Florence in about 45’. On the opposite side, Siena is also about 40 km away and can be reached through some of the most picturesque corners of Chianti.




Town with services (4km; 5’), Bucine (5km; 10’), Montevarchi (14km; 20’), Castelnuovo Berardenga (20km; 25’), San Giovanni Valdarno (22km; 30’), Gaiole in Chianti (28km; 40’), Arezzo (32km; 40’), Siena (38km; 45’), Florence (58km; 1h), Montepulciano (58km; 1h), Colle Val d’Elsa (62km; 55’), Pienza (64km; 1h 5’), Montalcino (69km; 1h 10’), San Gimignano (85km; 1h 20’)




Firenze A. Vespucci (78km; 1h), Perugia San Francesco (111km; 1h 25’), Pisa G. Galilei (139km; 1h 40’), Bologna A. Marconi (163km; 2h), Roma Ciampino (239km; 2h 45’), Roma Fiumicino (254km; 2h 35’)



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