Rocca delle Macie

Rocca delle Macìe, in the heart of the Chianti Classico

In the heart of the Chianti Classico, the history of Rocca delle Macìe has its roots, characterized by a solid relationship with the territory, the environment, innovation and research.

The love for wine and the Tuscan countryside has always flowed in the veins of the Zingarelli family and their passion and dedication are the basis of the successes and awards obtained over the years. Today, the vineyards owned by the family are among the most beautiful in the hills of Castellina in Chianti, the pride of the Chianti Classico. The contribution to the exceptional nature of the wines produced is the result of the geological and landscape richness combined with the agronomic and oenological skills deployed by the entire team.

Today Rocca delle Macìe has over 200 hectares destined for viticulture in a context with almost three times the surface area destined to woods and arable land, distributed between four estates in Chianti Classico and two in Maremma. The production and distribution of wine in over 50 countries is accompanied by an exclusive Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil produced in the oil mill of Tenuta Riserva di Fizzano. Where, among other things, it is possible to spend moments of complete relaxation in the new Osteria Passo dopo Passo (Step by Step), immersed in a unique and unforgettable natural landscape.

IN THE FOREGROUND
More than 40 years have passed since Italo Zingarelli bought the first part of the land of what has become Rocca delle Macìe, to produce a great wine. A company history intertwined with the vicissitudes of Chianti Classico, Italian wine and the Zingarelli family, Roman of origin, today rooted in Castellina in Chianti.

THE KEY POINT
Excellence passes through a complex system of attention that passes from the vineyard to the cellar to arrive at offering sincere and unforgettable hospitality. Each wine has a story and a soul, it must be partly followed and guided so that it becomes a passionate ambassador

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