"La Fattoria," The Farm of Artimino is an estate of 732 hectares and is the heirloom "history of men, hearth and wine" of this area. On the estate, 70 hectares of south facing vineyards are planted with a variety of local vines entwined to the territory and its traditions; the Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, the Canaiolo the Trebbiano, the San Colombano, the Mammola and the Occhio di Pernice (pheasant eye)
On 150 hectares, 23,000 olive trees are planted and Extra Virgin olive oil is produced through "a freddo," or the cold pressing of maraiole frantoie and pendoline olives.
Through research and innovation 'La Fattoria' is renowned for the highest quality production of it's wines. Today, The Fattoria of Artimino has 2500 square meters of new cellars and features the most modern appliances and advanced technology in wine production today.
Since the time of the Etruscans, the natural disposition of the marvelous soil in this area has proven an ideal agricultural center for vines and olives trees. In 1716, the Bando (edict) promulgulated by Cosimo III de Medici, establishing the first legal example of "denomiazione di origine' (denomination of origin) was awarded to this area. The 'denomiazone' continues and is fundamental today for the recognition of quality.