In the rolling hills of Chianti
The The Tenute San Fabiano – Conti Borghini Baldovinetti de’Bacci is situated in Tuscany, Italy in the rolling hills of the Chianti countryside. The winery is perfectly located overlooking the town or Arezzo on what is considered to be some of the best terroir in the world. The farmhouse settlement with the winery is currently located sits on an ancient trade route that ran from the Adriatic Coast, passing through the valley, climbing over the hills and ending in the town of Arezzo.
First bottles in 1960
When visiting the Tenute San Fabiano – Conti Borghini Baldovinetti de’Bacci one can still see the watch towers and toll gates along the route. After the second world war, the winery officially committed to viticulture and the first wines were bottled in the 1960s. The Tenute San Fabiano – Conti Borghini Baldovinetti de’Bacci property covers over 850 hectares of land at an altitude ranging from 250 – 450 meters above sea level. The varietals of grapes grown at the winery are Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo, Chardonnay, Viognier, Malvasia Nera. Only the best of these grapes is selected to produce high quality Chianti DOCG, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG, IGT Red Tuscany and IGT White Tuscany wines.
Do not miss a tasting of wines and olive oil
The most popular products are the Chainti Putto San Fabiano, the Baccio Bacci and the Chianti Superiore Black Label. Today the Tenute San Fabiano – Conti Borghini Baldovinetti de’Bacci exports its wine across the globe and is one of the most well respected of the many Tuscan wineries.
Along with this, the winery is also famous for its high-quality extra virgin olive oils