Our own shop sells products from our estate, including Chianti Superiore, Cenerentola DOC Orcia, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Extra-virgin olive oil DOP Terre di Siena.
Special tastings upon booking
Vertical tasting of 4 vintages of Brunello di Montalcino with cold meats and cheeses
Barrel tasting of the future Brunello in ageing in oak casks.
See how a great wine is born and understand how it changes and becomes adult
- Brief manual on winemaking and viticulture
- Guided tasting by the wine maker after a technical tour of the winery
4 vintages of future Brunello di Montalcino in ageing/ 2 vintages of Brunello di Montalcino
Euro 25,00 per person, minimum 6 people
Tasting of extra-virgin olive oil from Fattoria del Colle; Traditional, Moraiolo and Correggiolo.
The Montalcino landscape, declared by Unesco an important part of world heritage, is the perfect place for quiet contemplation and provides a wonderful frame for works of art. For this reason, a trekking path has been created among the Brunello vineyards where the resting spots are embellished with pieces of contemporary art as an exaple of Land Art, signposts describing the landscape, and noteworthy quotations.
The phrases were written by the winners of the "Casato Prime Donne" Award: Carla Fracci, the Cabrianian nuns, Kerry Kennedy, Frances Mayes, Josefa Idem, Ilaria Capua, Samantha Cristoforetti, and Carla Fendi, all women who, through the example of their own actions, promote women's role in society and in the working world.
Among the artists who have created the works of art are Marco Pignattai, Rossana Mulinari, Bruno Bruchi, Giovanni Senatore, Alessandro Grazi, Orlando Orlandini, Jeff Shapiro, Mike Austin Latka and Anna Tesio who has created a sacred image framed by the tabernacle by the Studio Liberatori & Romualdi Architetti Associati. The nine resting spots of this itinerary also contain signs that indicate the history of the surrounding areas. Trekkers will learn about the Abbadia Ardenga where, according to legend, Emperor Arrigo VII was poisoned with a blessed Host. Walking slowly, one becomes acquainted with the landscape. Above Casato is the road called Sferracavalli, which owes its name to the apparition in 1553 that left Don Garcia de Toledo's horses without their horseshoes. A little further right is the castle belonging to the sculptor Sandro Chia, and past that stands Ferragamo's Montalcino home with a chapel which bears frescoes by Lorenzetti.