Tuscany’s Chianti. The “Tuscan wine” par excellence, is one of the most well-known made-in-Italy products. This is why, in addition to our excellent Chianti Classico from Le Bocce, our production in this region includes another holding in Subbiano. Positioned on the east bank of the Arno River, halfway between Arezzo and Bibbiena: welcome to L’Albereto.
Here our Chianti is a masterful interpretation of sangiovese: the grape most representative of Tuscany. It is an essential quadrant of our production map, which pays meticulous attention to the excellent wines of our country.
Again, from sangiovese, and only sangiovese, through careful vinification and barrel-aging in our cellar here in Albereto, we create our noble Sassaia di Albereto.
The celebrated and well-beloved traditions of Tuscany deserve great homage – we do our part through our work at Albereto and Casentino.
The Casentino area offers high-quality agricultural products: honey, fruit and ancient grains. It is of great historical value for both wine and culture. In the proclamation of Cosimo III, dated 1716 – the first recognition of a wine denomination in the world – one of the four areas declared most suitable for viticulture was “the mountain adjacent to Casentino”: the upper Valdarno.