Typical of the Chianti Classico area, in the central part of Tuscany in which wine has been produced for
centuries, Terra di Seta vineyards are on a hill at about 1,574 feet above sea level, in a natural south-facing
amphitheater: a sunny and windy place, with warm days and cool summer nights, perfect for the ripening of
Sangiovese grapes, the most important variety of Tuscany, the grape of their tradition.
The ground is rocky and dry, letting the roots of the vine go deep and find water rich in minerals: it is these
last ones that give strength and elegance to the wine.