Tuscany is historically a region of great wines. From the north to the south of its domain, many denominations over time have contributed to its recognition as a wine growing region of excellence. Within the province of Siena, perched on a towering hill of the Val d’Elsa, the city of San Gimignano represents a small treasure of history and tradition, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Here situated between the Poggio del Comune and the hamlet of Bombereto, the Fugnano farm has its roots. It is precisely between these two territories that the company is located, on a south-east position with its 24 hectares of vines at a height of about 350 meters S.I.m
The terrain, orographically hilly, originated from marine Pliocene deposits and are mainly characterized by yellow tuff sands and layered clays that have a good ferrous component.
All these elements of the terroir combined with a climate characterized by harsh winters and breezy mild summers, allow us to reach excellent degrees of ripeness at the time of harvest and give us wine with great structure and aromatic bases – necessary imprints – to create a strong identity of taste and territoriality.