Villa Pinciana in South Tuscany
Villa Pinciana is a 54-hectare wine estate that was planted in 2003 with olive trees and groves extending over the Capalbo hills. In the southern part of Tuscany, it is one of the hottest parts of the region, and wines from here are popular in Tuscany. The traditions of winemaking are combined with modern technology here to create exciting Tuscan wine flavors. In the distance, you will see the Argentario, strawberry and myrtle bushes, vineyards, and the Burano Tower from the Pinciana estate. The elements of nature here help them in making the best wine.
Ideal natural conditions for viticulture
The climate of the region is great and typical of a hilly region with cool winds and lower summer temperatures throughout the season. The land is near the Tyrrhenian Sea and is ventilated all year because of it. The microclimate complements the clayey soil perfectly for viticulture. The estate’s strategy is to improve the quality of their winemaking. Pruning, harvesting, selection of grapes, etc. are all done manually. First, Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon were dominant, but they also grow Syrah, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Viognier, and Vermentino.
Recently-built modern winery
The winery was recently built with modern technology and machinery for top-level winemaking. The refining room and barrique cellar are built in the hill and have a temperature and humidity control system. They make the best Maremma red and white wines that show the quality of their terroir and high-level winemaking skills. Even though the winery’s production is limited, it is of a high quality that is loved by its customers.