Tenuta Marcianella lies in the province of Siena, in Montepulciano and Chiusi, an area well suited to producing wines of high quality since the Etruscan period, VII century BCE.
The various vineyards form part of the denominations of Nobile di Montepulciano and Chianti Colli Senesi.
At Tenuta Marcianella the olive groves contain a particular tree: the “minuto”, whose tiny olives have a low yield of fragrant, high-quality olive oil.
The soils of Marcianella tell a story millions of years old. From the Cretaceous (80 million years ago) to the Pliocene Epoch (3 million), the terrains were formed by deposits of sand, clay and silt on the bottom of the sea. These soils express their unique composition through wines acting as spokespersons and custodians of history and origins.
- Toscana, Siena, Chiusi and Montepulciano
- 240-260 m a.s.l.
- Grape Varietals
- Sangiovese, Syrah
- Vine Density
- 4.500/ 5,000 plants per hectar
- Warm days and cool nights
- Sand, Silt and Clay
- 11° 92' 45.40'
- 43° 13' 56.56'