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Santavenere estate

When the Triacca family took over the Santavenere estate in 1990, together with its farmland and woodland, the vineyard accounted for only 6 of the 80 hectares.
The vineyard has expanded considerably over the years. The new decagonal cellar, with typical architectural features, is in harmony with its surroundings.

An underground passage connects the new building to the pre-existing one. The offices and tasting room with its point of sale are open all year round.

The estate may be visited without an appointment.

The Santavenere Estate has been welcomed into the Toscana Wine Architecture Circuit of 25 wineries designed by famous world-renowned architects.

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Our Montepulciano winery

Vineyard holding 36 hectares
• Sangiovese 80%
• Merlot 7%
• Chardonnay 6%
• Cabernet Sauvignon 3%
• Colorino 3%
Altitude of the vineyards between 400 and 500 masl
Cellar capacity 2,000 hL fermentation vessels
3,000 hL wooden barrels
3,000 hL cellaring
Annual production 1,500 hL

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The Montepulciano appellation extends across the Val di Chiana. The majority of the vineyards lie on gentle slopes at altitudes between 250 and 600 masl.
Here, near the Umbrian border, the climate is hotter than in northern Tuscany.
The Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is classified DOCG, as is the Chianti Classico, and it's obtained from the Sangiovese grape but exhibits different characteristics.


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Ripe bunches ready for harvesting

Wine maturing in the large vaulted cellar
Tenuta Santavenere

Decagonal cellar, symbol of the Santavenere estate
Gardino Santavenere

Typical Mediterranean garden