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Non so se sia meglio esser nati e non aver vissuto o non essere mai nati. Bruno Arrigoni (1921-2006)

Vermentino Colli di Luni, Cinque Terre, Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Chianti Colli Senesi


A story older than a hundred years...

Our family has been involved in wine making for four generations now, first in Liguria and later in Tuscany. For this reason it is fair to say that it represents the essence of our lives and who we are. This is where our story begins…..a story written about much hard work and patience, since all our products are made by hand. Who buys our products should spare a moment to reflect on the region that produces them and what this represents in cultural terms. We have always endeavoured to protect our environment in a landscape so arduous and yet so beautiful that the world looks at it with amazement as well as with benevolent envy. In the 60’s Pietraserena was born. Originally a sharecropping property and now 40 magnificent hectares of sun drenched grapevines which are very close to the towers of the beautiful medieval town of San Gimignano. Today Pietraserena is an important part of our company and a constant producer of excellent quality wines. Thanks to its founder, Bruno Arrigoni, Pietraserena has seen all our dreams and all our hopes materialised into reality. To speak of Pietraserena as a mere winery/vineyard is to minimise it. Today Pietraserena is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful wine estates in the Chianti Hills, as it enjoys one of the best locations and a boutique business which is a point of reference in the area.

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San Gimignano

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  • Chianti Colli Senesi
  • Merlot
  • Vernaccia di San Gimignano

Colli di Lunni - Cinque Terre

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  • Cinqueterre Sciacchetrà
  • Cinqueterre
  • Vermentino Colli di Luni
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Our Estates

Production of Ligurian and Tuscany Wines

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Liguria and Tuscany together are like a macro-region that contains in itself great values ​​of history, culture, wine. Vermentino Colli di Luni known since the time of the Maritime Republics is spread from Genoa along the entire Ligurian coast and along the Tuscan coast. From here then it will arrive in Sardinia. Vernaccia or Vernacula seems to have originated in the Cinqueterre, better, we like to believe so to reinforce the union between the regions, from Vernazza to 5 lands, where since the dawn of time Celtic populations ended their evenings under the fireplace slowly drinking this nectar . Chianti is also the synonym of Italian wine, the oldest, the best known, the first to cross borders and oceans. The uniqueness of our family is precisely that of having origins in both regions equally dear to us and this thing represents a bit our strength and our particularity, so much so that we can offer products of absolute quality both in the Cinqueterre with the magnificent white and the Sciacchetrà, which in the Colli di Luni with Vermentino and Rosso. In San Gimignano the Vernaccia Vigna del Sole and the Chianti Caulio Riserva are our pride. Today we can well say that those who turn to our products will have the certainty of savoring authenticity and quality.

Our Production

Chianti Colli Senesi 40%
Vernaccia di San Gimignano 40%
Vermentino e altro 20%

The Chianti Colli Senesi, compared to other products in different areas, is on average more fragrant and easy to drink even by people not used to drinking wine. It is easy to combine with typical Tuscan dishes even if not too elaborate or with prolonged cooking, it should be drunk young to fully enjoy its freshness and its young and marked aromas.

Vernaccia di San Gimignano is a white wine, produced in a small area of ​​Tuscany between Siena, Pisa and Florence coinciding with the municipal area of ​​San Gimignano, known and appreciated all over the world. It is controlled and guaranteed by the Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin (DOCG) mark and was the first Italian wine to receive the Controlled Denomination of Origin (DOC) mark in 1966 and in 1993 it had the DOCG.

Colli di Luni Vermentino is a DOC wine whose production is allowed in the provinces of La Spezia and Massa-Carrara. Color: more or less intense straw yellow. Odor: intense, characteristic, fruity. Taste: dry, harmonious, delicately almondy. Vermentino goes well with typical Ligurian dishes such as focaccia with cheese, trofette with pesto, omelette with whitebait, and seafood dishes in general. In our company “Other” means table wines, IGT, dessert wines such as Lo Sciacchetrà and Vinsanto, Il Rosato, Il Frizzantino and many other specialties that are not produced in large quantities but have an excellent quality as a characteristic.

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