San Gregorio, Winemaking Close to Etruscan Roots
San Gregorio is located in the hills of Chiusi, an appealing village with historical Etruscan roots, immersed in luscious Valdichiana countryside. The winery San Gregorio is a corner full of beautiful nature: olive plantation and rows of Sangiovese surround the winery and give it a spectacular view of the panorama. The natural swimming pool enhance the charm of Azienda Agraria San Gregorio.
Where Tradition and Handcraft are Combined with Modern Winery Techniques
The history of San Gregorio dates back to the 18th century. In fact, it emerges in a manuscript of the Episcopal Curia of Montepulciano, owned by a convent of the Sisters of Chiusi. Since the 1950s, San Gregorio made viticulture its profession. The marketing and development of the business brand began in 1987. Even currently, the cultivation of vines takes place under strict and old peasant techniques, such as pruning, tying, hoeing, cleaning of grapes manually.
San Gregorio Winey, Creating High Quality Wines
The owner grows the fine quality of Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino, Barbera, Malvasia vines on the fertile lands of San Gregorio. They produce red, white, and dessert wines. San Gregorio’s passion for viticulture is the secret behind the wines of undeniable quality. Since 2000, the winery breeds Cinta Senese pigs and produce salami from this old breed. If you want to know more about the history of wine production in the hills of Chiusi and taste some exquisite wines, you may plan a short trip to San Gregorio.