Cantine Vignaioli Scansano Owns 700 Hectares of Vines
Cantine Vignaioli Scansano is situated in a medieval town – Scansano, in the province of Maremma Grossetana. The winery comprises of over 170 members that directly participate in all the wine production processes. Today, the cooperative winery owns a massive land of over 700 hectares that are mainly stretched in the regions around Scansano, Magliano in Toscana, Saturnia and Grosseto.
Winery Where Internationally Known Wines are Produced
The cooperative Vignaioli Scansano Winery was found in 1972 by a small cluster of winemakers from Scansano. Under the presidency of Benedetto Grechi, the members of the winery have increased rapidly and are producing rich-quality DOC/DOCG/IGT wines for over 30 years. Sergio Bucci, the director of the estate, has also contributed his excellency to improve the market value of their wines. Today, the wines of Vignaioli Scansano are not only famous in Italy but also well-known in international markets and wine channels. With complete respect for nature, the members practice sustainable viticulture methods. In the cellar of Cantine Vignaioli Scansano, a variety of wines, including red, white, rosé, and sparkling wines are produced within the finest appellations of Tuscany.
Vinyeards are Distributed in the Maremma Region
The vineyards are expanded over different patches of land of Maremma, which is why the microclimate and type of soil vary greatly. Most of the vineyards follow the organic regime, where the members grow a vast array of grapes. It includes top-notch Vermentino, Viognier, Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo, Alicante, and Merlot, accompanied by fruity Trebbiano, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, and Ansonica. Under the supervision of an expert agronomist, these vines are harvested at the best time of the year.