Close to a Medieval Village in Elsa Valley
The Giannozzi Winery is situated in Marcialla, a medieval village in the Elsa valley. It is a traditional family farm which produces wines in the heart of Chianti wine region since 1707. The area near Giannozzi Winery is known for the Pogna Castle built in 1200. One of the castle’s watchtowers is still found on the grounds of the winery. The breathtaking landscapes of the Chianti and the Val d’Elsa areas, rich in history and art can be experienced by every traveller in this area which was created by farms like Fattorie Giannozzi which has been working upon and respecting the Tuscan soil for eleven generations.
Experience Great White, Rosé, Red and Vinsanto Wines
Upon undulating slopes upon the hills around the Elsa Valley are rows of grapevines alternating with olive trees, creating a harmonious landscape. These plants produce the typical antique Tuscan flavour found in time-worn tasty olive oil and palatable Tuscan wines. In the vineyards, they cultivate grape varieties such as Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Trebbiano, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Shiraz. With these grapes the winery produces famous red, white, rose and sweet wines like Chianti Colli Fiorentini IGT, Red Tuscan IGT, Rose Tuscan IGT, White Tuscan DOC and Vinsanto Del Chianti.
Explore the Medieval Cellar of Fattorie Giannozzi
The winery owns a medieval cellar where they offer visits and wine tastings of vintages from 1940 to nowadays. A trip to Tuscany is always a great adventure of Italian lifestyle, local cuisine and delicious wines and a visit to Fattorie Giannozzi is the embodiment of the same.