Winery Located in the Medieval Castellina Village of Chianti
Fattoria La Castellina originated from the Squarcailupi family’s ancient possessions in the medieval Castellina village of Chianti. Today, the Bojola-Targioni family runs the winery with outstanding commitment and hard work and have completely transformed the winemaking while respecting the traditional values. The company owns 30 hectares of vineyards and 10 hectares of olive groves. The upper and ground floor of the building have been transformed into a gorgeous hotel and restaurant.
Relish True Produce of Chianti
The estate is present on the southwestern side of the hill, which slopes down Castellina in the direction of Il Monte and La Ferrozzola localities. There is a restored farmhouse here where one can relish the true beauty of the Chianti landscape. The soil here, coupled with other climatic conditions, makes the area perfect for growing the best, fruity grapes. The vineyards in Castellina and Maremma grow Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino, Merlot, Malvasia, Trebbiano, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The best grapes are chosen and further vinified at the Castellina cellar.
Luscious Wines That Reflects the Area
These grapes are used to make around 120,000 Chianti Classico wines and around 80,000 bottles of DOC Maremma, 2 Tuscan white wines, Rugiada, Tuscan Rosato, L’Aureo, and the rare wine Vinsato Occhio di Pernice. Along with wines, they also produce olive oil from their high-altitude olive groves. The company’s Chianti Classico wines have an intense red color and garnet tones for the fully mature Riserva. Their wines are of excellent quality and perfectly reflect the unique terroir of the region along with elite-level winemaking skills. Guests are always welcome here for a lovely time in their world of wines.