The estate is located in the municipality of Magliano in the Maremma in the south of the Italian region Tuscany, It was founded in 1998 by the German dentist Nikolaus Buchheim. The landscape here is characterized by old cork oaks, blooming gorse and wild olive trees with many species of songbirds and birds of prey. First, the rocky, stony soils had to be laboriously developed and vines planted. Then a modern winery was built and the medieval vaulted cellar from the 13th century under the church of Scansano was restored. As oenologist is Dr. Massimo Albanese responsible.
The vineyards cover 11 hectares between Scansano and Magliano at 300 meters above sea level with a view of the islands of Giglio, Elba, Monte Christo and the peninsula of Monte Argentario. It will be the red wine varieties Sangiovese. Cabernet Sauvignon. Montepulciano. Canaiolo Nero and Petit Verdot, as well as the white wine variety Vermentino cultured. Environmentally friendly management is carried out by von ICEA certified rules of the Organic viticulture With return reducing, sustainable Farming methods. These include, among other things, the waiver herbicides and artificial fertilizer,
The selective is generally done by hand in late summer; the grapes are transported in air-permeable containers for processing in the cellar. To a bigger one aromas to achieve is exclusively spontaneous, without using pure breeding yeasts fermented. The wines are also aged using biological techniques. The wines mature in French -Alli oak barrels (medium toasted ) or in Tonneau - 12 to 24 month barrels. The product range includes DOCG wines Morellino di Scansano (85% Sangiovese, aged 12 months in a barrel) and various IGT Wines. The house 's premium wines are "Chorus" (Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese) and "Tommaso" (100% Sangiovese), both of which are aged in barrels for at least 24 months. Individual wines are in Magnum and double magnum bottled.