The Renzo Marinai farm is located on a hill overlooking the surrounding valleys and land. The Cecione farm takes its name from the ancient church of San Martino in Cecione near the Castello di Panzano dating back to the year 1600.
Renzo Marinai has been managing the company since 1996, supported by the oenologist Giovanni Cappelli and the agronomist Fabrizio Balò, with whom he has introduced new systems of organic cultivation.
The farm covers about 30 hectares of land, 6 of which are planted with vines. The land is located at a height of 400m above sea level, cultivated at low plant intensity.
Among the red grapes Sangiovese occupies the first place, followed by Cabernet Sauvignon and Canaiolo and a native vineyard consisting of Mammolo, Cilegiolo, Prugnolo, Colorino and Sangiovese with round leaves. The white grapes, instead, are Trebbiano, Malvasia and Chardonnay.
The winery is made up of stainless steel tanks for the first fermentation and the second (manolactic). There are 20 hl oak barrels up to 5hl barrels. One part is dedicated to small barrels (barriques) due to the aging of reserves.
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