Castello del Trebbio- A Flourishing Winery following Sustainability Principles
In the heart of Tuscany, Italy lies the Castello del Trebbio winery and estate. In 1968 the castle at Castello del Trebbio was bought by the Baj Macario family who transformed the estate into a flourishing winery and agritourism company. The dream of the family was to operate only according to the principles of sustainability in agriculture, to produce authentic and genuine wine and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Winery following Biointegrale Agriculture
This unique winery practice biointegrale agriculture which has fully patented this method of agriculture pays special respect to the nature and the soil in all of its practices, highlights biodiversity and supports the cultivation of ancient varieties of grains and spices such as saffron.
With the by-products of this, natural cosmetics are made.
Castello del Trebbio wines are an expression of tradition coupled with innovation and highlight the magnificent terroir of the territory. When working in the vineyards the wine-making team always focuses on respect for the environment to ensure high quality.
Traditional and Ancient Techniques
In the cellar, the most traditional methods of wine making and aging meet ancient techniques. An example of this is the use of the terracotta amphore in the wine making process. These are rooted in the ancient history of the area and their use in the fermentation and aging stages of wine making contribute to the unique character of the wine and amplify the characteristics of the terroir. The wines produced at Castello del Trebbio are an expression of tradition coupled with innovation and include varieties as Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino, Ciliegiolo, Trebbiano, Merlot, Syrah, Riesling and Pinot Grigio.