The farm produces wine with Sangiovese grapes since 1384, when the Pieve San Leonino became part of the Lega del Chianti.
In this small niche company, wines are produced in limited quantities, processed with care and attention to craftsmanship.
San Leonino today covers a total area of 100 hectares of which 52 are cultivated in vineyards and 6 in olive groves.
The company is located in the municipality of Castellina in Chianti, near the small medieval village, which rises around the Romanesque Church of San Leonino, from which it takes its name and logo.
San Leonino is a borderland between Florence and Siena, but also a meeting area between clays and alberese, between the continental climate and the more temperate climate south of Siena.
The combination of different types of soil, characterized by soils with a texture of medium calcareous mixture, make this part of the Chianti Classico particularly florid and allow the production of wines of great elegance and extraordinary complexity.
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