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House 1770

Certaldo, Florence The Azienda Agricola Casale is nestled in the Montagnola Senese, a land of ancient and renowned winemaking tradition. A place where the winery produces great wines, including Chianti Colli Senesi, made by Giovanni Borella from Sangiovese, Canaiolo Nero, Trebbiano and Malvasia Lunga, whose tradition dates back to 1770. The magical terroir of the Val d'Elsa yields grapes of great prestige from the estate's 12 hectares of vineyards, some 60 years old, with an average yield between 30 and 60 Q/ha Casale 1770 is Demeter certified biodynamic since 1995. Every stage of the production chain is taken care of with attention and respect for nature and wine. As early as 1985, the Giglioli family converted the then 8 hectares under vine to biodynamic, and this was because the beneficial effects of this approach to viticulture were immediately noticeable; the method used is the Australian biodynamic method of Alex Podolinsky. Annual bottle production varies between 20000 and 30000 bottles, all of the highest quality. The most difficult task for the staff of Azienda Agricola Casale is precisely the vinification phase in order not to lose even an iota of quality from the grapes, avoiding processing errors with maniacal management in the early stages. There are no filtrations, the wines are not clarified, and no proteins or exogenous polyphenols are used in the cellar. Fermentations are spontaneous with indigenous yeasts, with no addition of sulphur dioxide. Once the grapes ferment and transform, the wine is aged in three possible containers: steel, cement or wood. It all depends on the type of grapes obtained in the vintage and the decisions of the winemakers in the cellar.

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