Poggio al Bosco, Nestled between Siena and Florence
Surrounded by the green woods, the Poggio al Bosco Winery is located in the heart of Chainti DOC region, among the Tuscan hills, between Florence and Siena. The winery is surrounded by gorgeous landscapes, made of gentle hills and lush valleys, covered with olive plantation and cypress trees, and ancient villages.
Discover the Marvellous Heritage of the Etruscans
Established in 1960, today, the company is a renowned producer of high-quality organic products, such as wines, extra virgin olive oil, and grappa. Pay a visit and explore the rich history of the Chianti region and get on the trails of the most ancient inhabitant: Etruscans. Discover the marvellous heritage in local museums.
Poggio al Bosco, a Symbol of the Hills Surrounding the Winery
The company initially started the vine cultivation with sharecropping, but their grandparents of the current owners bought the land in the 1960s. Since this time, the Poggio Family has been handling the management of the company with great passion and dedication. In Italian dialect, the word Poggio means ‘hills’ and that is why the company has a close connection with the territory. The current owners have recently expanded the family business by buying more land for the cultivation of vines in the Chianti Region. Enjoying the perfect soil and excellent exposure to the microclimate, the vineyards of Poggio al Bosco grow a variety of vines. They include Sangiovese, Colorino, Canaiolo, Malvasia, and Trebbiano. At the winery, they also cultivate top-class Petit Manseng, Chardonnay, Viognier, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Using their finely cultivated grapes, La Casetta Azienda Agricola produces rich-quality red, white, and sparkling wines, as well as delicious dessert wines.