THE RETURN OF PAGLIARESE IS A TRUE RENAISSANCE FOR ONE OF TUSCANY’S UNFORGOTTEN WINEGROWING TREASURES.

HISTORY

A historic name that warms the heart
The influential Pagliaresi family emerged in Siena beginning in the first half of the 1200s and provided Siena with magistrates and administrators loyal to the Ghibelline standard up until 1277...

WINE

“Pagliarese: Modernisation of the traditional style.”
Having put aside any older formula for Chianti Classico, Pagliarese wines are eloquent expressions of the earth and of the terroir to which they belong, the fruit of focusing on and developing native local grape varieties. According to the tradition, Sangiovese, which remains the unchallengeable champion, is carefully complemented with small amounts of Canaiolo and Mammolo.

ESTATE

Set in the picturesque Chianti Classico countryside
The terrains are oriented almost exclusively south-southwest, at elevations ranging between 320 to 390 metres, sited on well-ventilated slopes of the hill known locally as the Colle del Montecucco. They are surrounded by dense vegetation, with woods of holm oak and oak, and a rich understory of arbutus and broom...

TERRITORY

``The Butterfly of the Grand Duchy.``
Pagliarese is located in Castelnuovo Berardenga, the southernmost town in Chianti Classico, where the contours of the hills become more sensuous and gradually yield to the expanses of the Crete Senesi landscape.

Address:
Località Pagliarese, San Gusmè, Siena

Telephone:
+39 0577355117

E-mail:
info@pagliarese.com