I Vini

Pitorsino

Pitorsino

I.G.T. VIOGNIER[Read all>]

Cerida

Cerida

D.O.C. SANGIOVESE MAREMMA TOSCANA Grape[Read all>]

Il Cucchetto

Il Cucchetto

D.O.C. CABERNET SAUVIGNON MAREMMA[Read all>]

Poggio Colombi

Poggio Colombi

D.O.C. CABERNET SAUVIGNON[Read all>]

Leopoldino

Leopoldino

I.G.T. VERMENTINO TOSCANA Grape[Read all>]

Brand history

In 1817 the Grand Duke Leopold of Tuscany began writing a modern cadastre land in Maremma, Tuscany; the Leoponlin Cadastre mentioned in those time the wineyards today part of Fattoria Il Casalone.
For this reason we named ”Leopoldino”our white wine Vermentino;” Poggio Colombi” our red Cabernenet originates from the eponymous name “Colombi”of one parcel of land. The “Cucchetto”-our red Cabernet made in barriques- takes its name from the original definition used by local farmers to call the highest part of our vineyard, Cucchetto, precisely.
Finally the name “Cerida” chosen for our Sangiovese originates from the name of a famous sailing boat* acquired in England by Corrado Lignana after the second world war. It later became popular with several variations on the theme.

From the yacht owner’s pennant (shipowner flag), in use in the Lignana family results, in stylized form, the Logo and the various wine labels declined in various colors. In fact, we wanted to create a color code for the various varieties used: In Leopoldino dark yellow to light yellow for Vermentino and Viognier; in the the Poggio Colombi and Cucchetto light red for a red Cabernet Sauvignon, a medium intensity red for the Petit Verdot variety, and, on the label of Cerida, a darker red for Sangiovese.

*The Cerida was launched in 1938 and still participate in the Race of historic boats. It has been a true innovation in the history of nautical design of sailboats. In fact, the Naval Architect its designer, Laurent Giles, cut vertically for the first time the momentum of the stern of the boat, then very elongated, creating a new type of transom called a “heart” precisely to the shape that is to take on the stern with this cut. The designs of Cerida, for this reason, are kept in the museum of Marina Greenwich (London).