A selection of products in respect of the tradition
The tradition of the Chianti Dianella is lost in the mists of time.
The Dianella wines tradition dates back to the end of 1700, as stated in the works of the poet Renato Fucini, that lives his life in the Estate. Since 1900 the Chianti Dianella is known all over Italy and present on the tables of the most famous taverns and restaurants. Moreover during the 60’s the Chianti Dianella was offered by the Italian President Mr Gronchi in the menu of the official reception at the Quirinale the Italian President Residence in Roma.
The vineyards, 25 hectares recently renewed with modern techniques, have an average density of 5500 plants per hectare and a spur cordon training system. The most present variety of grapes is the Sangiovese together with Colorino, Malvasia from Chianti, Cabernet Sauvignon, Vermentino and Trebbiano.
The olive-groves have an extension of about 15 hectares made by different varieties like Frantoio, Leccino, Pendolino and Moraiolo, which make the extraordinary Dianella olive oil rich of intensity and personality.
Francesco and Veronica Passerin d'Entrèves offers a selection of products made in respect of the tradition and of the philosophy that the wine must be expression of its “terroir”. Besides the Chianti, the estate propose the “Chianti Riserva”, “Le Veglie di Neri”, “ Il Matto delle Giuncaie”, “Sereno e Nuvole” and “Dolci ricordi”, names inspired to the Novels of the writer Renato Fucini. The newly born wine is “All’Aria Aperta” a rosè made by 100% Sangiovese presented on March the 20th 2012. The label of this wine, the game of the three “A’s”, was designed by the famous Polimoda marketing and design international school of Florence.