With this wine, with this label, with the grapes coming from the 1989 vintage, Panizzi is born. This wine is in fact the modern interpretation of an ancient wine full of history. Made with grapes coming from all of the farm’s vineyards (Larniano, Montagnana, Santa Margherita, Lazzeretto), this wine is our most prompt and immediate Vernaccia di San Gimignano.
The wine comes from the vineyard most dear to us. It takes its name from the place where Panizzi was born. The vines of this vineyard were used over the years to make all of the Vernaccia di San Gimignano vineyards planted in the company.
Our most celebrated and awarded Vernaccia di San Gimignano, produced with the best grapes and processed in barrels, is a great example of how this wine can evolve and maintain its quality through time.
Very ripe grapes, a long maceration on the skins, aging in wood and a lot of bottle. In summary: Evoè. This wine is a the result of a search for the expressive boundaries of this historic vine, in order to achieve (maybe) the wine described in 1200 by Michelangelo Buonarroti the Younger: a wine that "kisses, licks, bites, stings and pikes.“ It is not produced in all vintages.
Brilliant and bright as a clear sky in winter, with autumn colors and scents of spring, Ceraso is an excellent wine for the summer.
This is our newest wine (2016).
It comes from the grapes of our vineyards located in Seggiano, in the South of Tuscany.
Our Chianti Colli Senesi is dedicated to Vertunno, a divinity of Etruscan origin who personified the the change of season and presided over the ripening of fruits.
Simone Niccolai's passion for Pinot Noir, great Burgundy wine, has issued a challenge: producing it in an unusual environment, climate and sunshine, while maintaining its elegance and character. The vineyard is located just over 400 meters above sea level and gave his first harvest in 2009.
This wine is made specifically with grapes coming from vineyards created in the first half of the 1990s. It is dedicated to Folgòre from San Gimignano, a poet that was born and lived in San Gimignano between 1270 and 1332. He sees the light only in the years when the grapes ripe perfectly.