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Cantina Biagiotti

Our ancestors must have known this well if they chose three eloquent and frank words as the motto of the Biagiotti family: “Humilitas in conscientia”. The vineyard where Steccofino was born dates back to the 1960s and retains characteristics that are now rare, thanks to the uniqueness of its old vines, which have organoleptic and qualitative properties that are totally different from the new plantings. The first Sangiovese vines date back to the mid-1970s; approximately 700 vines were then reinstated by Mr. Ricci, inserting Merlot, Colorino, Malvasia and Candia.
Our ancestors must have known this well if they chose three eloquent and frank words as the motto of the Biagiotti family: “Humilitas in conscientia”. The vineyard where Steccofino was born dates back to the 1960s and retains characteristics that are now rare, thanks to the uniqueness of its old vines, which have organoleptic and qualitative properties that are totally different from the new plantings. The first Sangiovese vines date back to the mid-1970s; approximately 700 vines were then reinstated by Mr. Ricci, inserting Merlot, Colorino, Malvasia and Candia.

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