The winery is located in the municipality of Carmignano (province of Prato) in the Italian region Tuscany, The total property comprises 160 hectares of land at 180 to 300 meters above sea level on the hills of the Montalbano countryside. Of these, 90 hectares of fruit chestnuts and 60 hectares of olives are cultivated according to the rules of biodynamic agriculture, as well as honey and figs. The farm has been owned by the family since 1920 and is run by Maria Rossella Bencini. The vineyards cover eight hectares of vineyards, with the red wines Sangiovese. Cabernet Sauvignon and Canaiolo Nero, as well as the white wines Malvasia del Chianti ( Malvasia Bianca Lunga ) and Trebbiano Toscano are planted.
The management takes place according to certified rules of the Organic viticulture with waiver pesticides and chemical fertilizer, Here come too biodynamic Practices for use. The product range includes DOCG Carmignano, DOC Vin Santo di Carmignano and IGT Wines. The wines are glazed concrete containers fermented and matured afterwards in 350-liter oak barrels with long storage on the lees, Every year, 20,000 bottles of wine are produced. Of the Vin Santo Matures for eight years in small 70 liter chestnut barrels.