Da Vinci

When Da Vinci was founded in the Chianti winegrowing village of Vinci, also the birthplace of the genius Leonardo, the winery covered just 70 hectares and thirty small winegrowers. Over the past 50 years, the cooperative has expanded to include 200 partners who cultivate 750 hectares in the Tuscan hillsides. Their approach to winemaking is to harmonise the new and old together, by blending centuries-old winemaking heritage with the most modern winemaking techniques. For the best quality grapes, the vines produce smaller clusters of grapes and the vineyards face south, getting good sun exposure.

7 Item(s)