Etruscaia was founded in 2008 with the decision to turn the fruit
the fruits of many years of amateur work in wine production and
work in the production of wine grapes and in the selective vinification
selective vinification aimed at the search for excellence in the production of
in the production of white, red and rosé wines obtained from the
from the various grape varieties present on their land.
The Etruscaia vineyards are the result of an experimental project
project carried out in collaboration with the
University of Pisa that has planted various clones of white and red
clones of wine grapes, both white and red, and analysed the individual
specificities of each clone in terms of both the vegetative
and subsequent vinification.
The lush harvest of 2004 provided unequivocal
evidence of the extraordinary potential of the land in terms of both
potential of the land in terms of both production capacity and the high quality
quality of the oenological yield of some of the vines planted.