Our WinesGood wine is a precious and delicate gift from nature.

We are, first and foremost, farmers, hence we carry out every single phase of the winemaking process with the utmost care and attention, arriving at the culmination of our work, the harvest, with great joy and emotion.

Our WinesThe selection

Our wines speak of a passion and love for the land. Hence why their names are inspired by people, ordinary folk or historical figures, that have made their mark on the history of this land.

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  • Chianti Superiore DOCG
    Ruby red in colour tending towards garnet. An intense bouquet, typical of the grape, with fruity notes of red plum, blackberry and cherry accompanied by subtle hints of liquorice. I Its name has a close association with the Scrafana Estate, since it was the name of an old farmer who was the first, according to historical records, to cultivate this area. We don't know what Benintende looked like, because having carefully studied the few documents that exist we found nothing more than a single reference, anyhow we wanted to pay tribute to him by depicting him on the label. We imagine him to be a modest, proud man who lives for the land and works hard every day to get the best from it.
  • Pairings: Tuscan crostini, Siena pici pasta, beef stew with artichokes, mild Pecorino cheese.

    Serving temperature at the table: 15 – 16 °C

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  • Toscana Igt Sangiovese
    Ruby red color with slight garnet shades. Immediate bouquet with floral notes of violet, blackberry, black plum, and cherry, spicy hints and sweet notes of tobacco. Great texture and freshness in good balance with tannins present but not at all intrusive, it runs through the palate with dynamism to finish in a long-lasting lingering persistence with noticeable spiciness and vegetables notes. "Sarrocchino" takes the name of an ancient cloak, worn by pilgrims in the Middle Ages. The ancient Benedictine monastery of Sant'Angelo alla Ginestra in Montevarchi housed plenty of those travelers along their journey bounded for Rome or the Holy Land, along with their St. Peter’s keys or Jericho’s palms pinned on their “Sarrocchino” cloaks.
  • Pairings: Milanese cutlet, stewed rabbit with olives, baked lamb, aged cheeses. Great with cigars.

    Serving temperature at the table: 14 – 16 °C

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  • Toscana IGT Rosso
    Intense deepish ruby red in colour with ruby-purple reflections. A complex bouquet comprising fruity aromas of blackcurrant and red plum along with floral notes of violet and elderberry, with hints of black pepper offering a spicy finish. Its structure, which typifies our land, is reflected in its name, that of the Montevarchi territory's first lord, the Longobard Berulfo who, around 615-620, requested and was granted the right to manage the territory and on which he built monasteries and castles. The image on the label is dedicated to Berulfo, underlining a connection that we still feel today despite the passing of many centuries, because it’s based on an immediate and instinctive love for a territory that's unique throughout the world.
  • Pairings: Roast pork loin, beef stew with polenta, mature Pecorino di Pienza cheese.

    Serving temperature at the table:16 – 17 °C

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  • Toscana IGT Bianco
    Bright greenish yellow in colour. A fresh, fragrant bouquet with fruity notes of plum and yellow apple.
    It owes its name to an ancient breviary, the beauty of whose elaborate decoration is mentioned in historical documents, which was gifted to the Convento di San Lodovico (San Lodovico Convent) in Montevarchi. The label features a monk, in tribute to the centuries of work and effort the monks put into preserving our precious cultural heritage.
  • Pairings: Seafood salads, tagliolini pasta with clams, frog stew, steamed shellfish, spaghetti with wedge clams, pot-roasted rabbit.

    Serving temperature at the table:10 – 12 °C

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  • Toscana Igt Bianco
    Brilliant straw yellow color wine with intense greenish reflections. Intense bouquet characterized by notes of pineapple, hints of bitter almond, broom flowers and officinal herbs. Soft, pleasantly savory, and fresh structure, a balanced body and a fair persistence that closes on nuanced bitter and citrus notes. This macerated wine is a limited edition and bears the name of the noblewoman Gualdrada Berti, famous for having refused the kiss of an emperor to preserve his virtue, also mentioned by Dante Alighieri in the Divine Comedy. Wife of Guido Guerra of the Dinasty of Counts Guidi: we owe them the church of San Lorenzo and the Relic of the Holy Milk, still preserved today in the Collegiate.
  • Pairings: Shrimp tempura, tagliatelle with artichokes, saffron risotto.

    Serving temperature at the table:10 – 12 °C (50 – 54 °F)

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  • Toscana IGT Rosato
    Bright pale pink in colour. An intense bouquet offering delicate fresh red fruit notes of black cherry, wild strawberry and raspberry with spring flower hints of sweet violet, rose and peony. A combination of finesse and intensity, characteristics that resemble the heroine who inspired its name, the beautiful Sandrina Mari, “Pulcella del Valdarno” (“Maid of Valdarno”), who is featured on the label. A noble figure who was a fighter and a patriot, the young Alessandra, known as Sandrina, had the courage to challenge Napoleon, leading a volunteer army from Arezzo she'd recruited to defend the Grand Duchy of Tuscany.
  • Pairings: Salmon carpaccio, panzanella (tomato & bread salad), seafood risotto, spaghetti with tomato sauce, trabaccolara (pasta with fish sauce). Ideal as an aperitif.

    Serving temperature at the table: 10 – 12 °C

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  • Vin Santo del Chianti DOC
    Bright straw yellow in colour with subtle reflections of antique gold. A characteristic bouquet with intense notes of fresh walnut and hazelnut alongside hints of candied and dried fruit, apricot and yellow peach, with a final flourish of chestnut honey. Paying homage to the area and its history once again, we have chosen an ecclesiastical figure to inspire its name. Elemperto was once the bishop of Arezzo and a lord, but above all he donated a hospital and all his assets to the local community.
  • Pairings: Dry pastries, Tuscan cantucci (almond biscuits), apricot jam tarts, chocolate strudel, nuts.

    Serving temperature at the table:10 – 12 °C

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The Vineyards

The vineyards were created to accommodate the terroir and designed to fully respect the environment, including the landscape, using techniques and materials with low environmental impact and respecting the pre-existing appearance.

The Grapes


Sangiovese, Colorino, Canaiolo, Trebbiano toscano e Malvasia.



Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.


The PhilosophyThe land comes first.

Our primary concern is for the soil, it’s only through the painstaking care of the soil that we can assure the quality of the wine and other products.

Sustainability and biodiversity are the key words that form the foundation of our commitment and in order to guarantee the natural fertility of the soil we are constantly looking for the perfect balance between technology and tradition.

Wine is a reflection of the mind Erasmus of Rotterdam

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