In our territory we only produce excellence
- Sangiovese 90%
- Cabernet 10%
- alcohol content 14%
Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. Gran Selezione 2016 is a blend of 90% Sangiovese from the Sobole vineyard and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Its red fruit flavours, with hints of raspberry, meet the gentle aroma of wild lily flowers, making it a fine and elegant wine with a pleasantly alcoholic structure. The carefully chosen grapes are left to ferment in stainless steel vats and then transferred to French oak barrels for 30 months until bottling.
- Sangiovese 90%
- Cabernet-Sauvignon e Merlot 10%
- alcohol content 13,8%
Coming from a selection of Sangiovese grapes from a small vineyard located on a hilltop called Querceto. The south-west facing and fertile soil allow a perfect ripening of the Sangiovese grapes. In October, the best grapes are selected, picked by hand and put in baskets; later, the wine must is put in traditional cement or steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Then, the Drugo is moved into bigger barrels made of medium toast French oak, of 2500 litres and 1000 litres where it is refined for 24 months until bottling. The name Drugo, still used in this area of the countryside today, refers to a strong, very brave and talented man (a knight errant); hence the character and unforgettable personality of this wine.
- Sangiovese and Canaiolo
- alcohol content 13%
Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. it is our wine produced from 100% Sangiovese grapes, harvested by hand in the month of October. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in large cement tanks with a 100 hl vitrified interior. where it remains for about 12 months until it passes into oak barrels of 2,500 and 1,000 liters for refining before being bottled. Average annual production 10,000 bottles of 75 cl. With a fruity and soft dry taste, with a good acidity typical of the vine and a reasonable 13,50% vol alcohol content, it goes well with any kind of Italian dish.
Rosato 6 Rose
- Sangiovese Canaiolo Colorino
- alcohol content 13%
Rosato (or the Rosé of our lands), has a clear, powerful, intense cherry colour. Vinification takes place with the drainage technique
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- Trebbiano 80%
- Chardonnay 20%
- alcohol content 12%
Bianco Toscano, typical geographical indication, vinification in stainless steel.
In each bottle we infuse all the character of our lands
Vin Santo (or Vinsanto) is a type of dessert wine. This traditional Tuscan wine is a sweet wine from Malvasìa and Trebbiano grapes. It is accompanied by cantucci, typical Tuscan biscuits. The harvest takes place at the end of September or October. We select the best bunches, then we proceed with the drying and the bunches are hung from the ceiling and left at a cool temperature for about 3 months. In December before Christmas, hence the name Vin Santo, it is vinified by pressing the grapes and then the must is placed into casks made of chestnut wood or cypress wood called “Caratelli”, and sealed. The Vinsanto rests for at least 5 years, normally in a well aired room, where it is subject to continuous temperature changes that favour the formation of the typical aromas and flavours of the sweet Vin Santo, thanks to its natural sugar content.
Chianti Classico Grappa is produced by the distillation of the pomace of Chianti Classico and it is among the typical Tuscan products offered by Fattoria Santo Stefano. Our Grappa is a pomace brandy obtained from grapes produced, vinified and distilled exclusively in Italy.
The love for what we do is our greatest gift for you
Magnum Gran Selezione
Christmas package of 1 bottle of 1,5 Lt in wooden case plus a Set of 6 wine glasses with Santo Stefano logo.
€69.50 – €119.00
Christmas package of 4 bottles with wooden case.
Oil and wine
Christmas package of 2 punched cardboard bottles.
€45.50 – €57.25
Christmas pack of 3 punched cardboard bottles.
€34.25 – €52.00
Christmas package of 2 bottles, in punched cardboard.
Our Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Leccino and Moraiolo olives
Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oil IGP
€15.50 – €80.00
Our Extra Virgin Olive Oil is not only tasty but also good for your health, as it is rich in polyphenols, vitamins, tocopherols and antioxidants. Thanks to its strong and fruity flavour, it is fundamental in Tuscan dishes such as “fettunta” (a slice of Tuscan toasted on embers and soaked in fresh oil made from unripe olives). The Extra Virgin Olive Oil is produced by cold pressing the Frantoio, Moraiolo and Leccino olives. We have approx. 4,000 plants, spread over 20 hectares of land at 450 meters above sea level. Harvesting takes place exclusively by hand in the month of November. The olives are taken to be pressed in the mill on the exact same day of being picked. The various stages include crushing, kneading and pressing, leading to the cold extraction of the final product: Our Extra Virgin Olive Oil.