The Concadoro Farm has a centuries-old history that dates back to the 17th and 18th centuries when it provided lodging for shepherds moving between Maremma and Casentino.
In 1878, the sumptuous Villa Iolanda was built. It was later joined with some of the surrounding small farms to provide better service to people passing through. In 1961, Luigi Cerasi of Rome acquired the property, known ever since as the Concadoro Farm.
The farm is 7 km from the small, historical town of Castellina in Chianti, in the heart of the Chianti Classico wine production area.
The vineyards are cultivated using time-honored methods, applying only natural compost to ensure the “organic production” guaranteed and controlled by the ICEA. The harvest is also carried out following ageless ways, while the cultivation methods are typically Tuscan. Maturation occurs in seasoned oak barrels that give the wine its unique bouquet. The same techniques are implemented with olive harvesting carried out manually by local people. The process is scrupulously cold-pressed in the oil mill.
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