The Bini family has owned the estate I Tattoli since 1428, happily committed in taking on a traditional project that lasts over time.
Between the villages of La Romola and Cerbaia, half way up the hill, at a height of 180-220 meters above sea level, the property of I Tattoli extends as an urban and rural settlement, in an area possibly chosen for its natural wealth of spring waters of vital importance to the community.
Access to the estate is via a long road of secular cypress trees that gently climbs its way up the hill. This is where the Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot vines lie in which, after harvesting, produce the famous Chianti Classico wine.
To the left, an avenue of olive trees separates the vineyards from the large olive grove, where plants of Leccio del Corno, Moraiolo, Frantoio and Pendolino blend and outline regular rows characterizing the highest slope. They also alternate with arable fields and woods, in a harmonious landscape that has remained unchanged through time.
Squirrels, pheasants, hares, wild boars and roe deers find their natural habitat here.
The numerous water sources on alberese soil mixed with large draining stones, ensure continuous and regular irrigation for plantation. The microclimate, due to the south-east exposure, allows the plants to fully enjoy the sun and its fruits to ripen prior than any neighboring farms.
Thus, allowing the products to be produced first.