THE VILLA BIBBIANI VINEYARDS

The vineyards extend from the slopes of the Montalbano hill to the church of San Jacopo in Pulignano over 200 m a.s.l. Currently, eighteen hectares of land are planted with vines aged between twenty and fifty years and are mainly trained by the spurred cordon. According to the Tuscan tradition, our vineyards are home of Sangiovese. There are also Canaiolo and Colorino vines, which are used in the Chianti Montalbano blend, typical of our area. Together with these native varietals, there are some hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon, which in our territory finds the perfect terroir to express at its best, conveying typicality and authenticity.

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the Soil 

Our vineyards differ in altitude and soil composition. Galestro, clay, big stones and sand, depending on their percentage, characterize each of our plots giving off unique and distinct scents, recognizable in the bottle. A splendid terroir that must be respected and valued.

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RESPECT FOR THE TERRITORY

We are currently expanding our vineyard area and introducing new varieties to our estate. Through studies and zoning, we aim to select both indigenous and international vines that can best express their characteristics in this pearl of Tuscany, allowing us to further investigate the potential of our terroir.

Making great wine requires good grapes and excellent winemaking. Only through careful and accurate management of the vineyards is it possible to obtain an excellent raw material. For this reason, in our vineyards there are weather stations able to provide real-time data in order to guide us in the most correct and prudent way of intervention. This aspect also translates into Sustainability in the vineyard, limiting treatments and respecting the surrounding environment as much as possible.

SUSTAINABILITY

Sustainability is very important for Villa Bibbiani. Following the estate’s rebirth, the management of vineyards and olive trees follows Organic rules to better safeguard the surrounding environment. The entire irrigation of the botanical park takes place through a system of rainwater collection tanks designed by Cosimo Ridolfi and expanded over the years. The solar energy produced by our panels, will soon be able to meet the Villa’s energy needs. Even our corks are sustainable, our choice is NOMACORC, compostable and with a zero carbon footprint.

THE VILLA BIBBIANI VINEYARDS

The vineyards extend from the slopes of the Montalbano hill to the church of San Jacopo in Pulignano over 200 m a.s.l. Currently, eighteen hectares of land are planted with vines aged between twenty and fifty years and are mainly trained by the spurred cordon. According to the Tuscan tradition, our vineyards are home of Sangiovese. There are also Canaiolo and Colorino vines, which are used in the Chianti Montalbano blend, typical of our area. Together with these native varietals, there are some hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon, which in our territory finds the perfect terroir to express at its best, conveying typicality and authenticity.

THE SOIL 

Our vineyards differ in altitude and soil composition. Galestro, clay, big stones and sand, depending on their percentage, characterize each of our plots giving off unique and distinct scents, recognizable in the bottle. A splendid terroir that must be respected and valued.

RESPECT FOR THE TERRITORY

We are currently expanding our vineyard area and introducing new varieties to our estate. Through studies and zoning, we aim to select both indigenous and international vines that can best express their characteristics in this pearl of Tuscany, allowing us to further investigate the potential of our terroir.

Making great wine requires good grapes and excellent winemaking. Only through careful and accurate management of the vineyards is it possible to obtain an excellent raw material. For this reason, in our vineyards there are weather stations able to provide real-time data in order to guide us in the most correct and prudent way of intervention. This aspect also translates into Sustainability in the vineyard, limiting treatments and respecting the surrounding environment as much as possible.

SUSTAINABILITY

Sustainability is very important for Villa Bibbiani. Following the estate’s rebirth, the management of vineyards and olive trees follows Organic rules to better safeguard the surrounding environment. The entire irrigation of the botanical park takes place through a system of rainwater collection tanks designed by Cosimo Ridolfi and expanded over the years. The solar energy produced by our panels, will soon be able to meet the Villa’s energy needs. Even our corks are sustainable, our choice is NOMACORC, compostable and with a zero carbon footprint.

come and visit our villa!

from monday to friday

08.00 – 17.00

Contacts

phone number

+39 338-3195652

Mail

Informations: info@villabibbiani.it
Cellar: leopoldomorara@villabibbiani.it
Administration: amministrazione@villabibbiani.it
Press Office: bibbiani@dagcom.com

Address

Località Bibbiani SNC – 50050 Capraia e Limite, Firenze