The Farm Pieve Vecchia is a young wine of the Tuscan landscape dedicated to wine and oil, was born in the late nineties by an intuition of Vincenzo Monaci and his son Marco. Located Campagnatico, a small medieval village in the heart of Maremma, the farm takes its name from the farm of Old Parish Church, an ancient archaeological site of Etruscan origin. With approximately 50 hectares of land including a beautiful store with state of the art technology designed by Enrico Sartori under the supervision of Cini Boeri, a country house and a Roman cistern dating back to the second century AD, the farm is in the Old Parish Church Consorzio DOC Montecucco, born in 1999 to protect the designation of origin and value the work done on the wine country.
A young, modern setting. The wines, all in a good technical level have good structure and fruit. We particularly liked the new interpretation of Vermentino Zere as in “blend” and Chorum, by far the best red of the company. Our suggestion is to seek a more drinkable – seen also as cool – especially the reds together, if possbile, the search for a course even more personal. The work, however overall we feel pretty good.
Good news from Grosseto. Dal Bianco di Pitigliano, the first Doc in the area, several years have passed. Today, it produces various wines DOC and IGT excellent. Growth achieved by the commitment of many companies that have believed and invested in the territory. One of the examples, the wine production of this young and modern company. From 6 wines tasted, three white and three red, these considerations have emerged. Still slightly discordant for youth and lack of softness on the first, the second level of good harmony and structure, the third too woody. In red, already nice and drink the first one, certainly go up with the second level for greater harmony and personality, while the Chorum, all sangiovese has expressed the most of its contribution to the DOC Montecucco.
Via delle Capannacce Campagnatico 21 (GR)