Il Palagio di Panzano: two families, the same destiny within wine

Small-berry Sangiovese is the vine used for any wine, Chianti Classico most of all, produced by Il Palagio di Panzano.

Organic products and respect for environment are the passwords of this farm situated halfway between Florence and Siena, 36 km from Florence.

Dario Piccini and Dino Bindi, the grandfathers, used to work this land in respect of Conca d’Oro features.

Then new generations have arrived: Fabrizio, Dario’s son, restored the Villa and realized the new winery. Today, his daughter Monia with Franco Guarducci, Dino’s nephew, are the farm managers.

Manufacturing processes are natural in the vineyards as well in the winery.

Il Palagio is part of Panzano Winegrowers Union: they are family-run farms and work for environmental sustainability and to ensure quality.

Five apartments in Tuscan country architecture style are suitable for tourists.

Chianti Classico Il Palagio di Panzano

Tasting notes: bright ruby red; intense and elegant perfumes of cherry and berry, hints of oak tree and humus; medium structured, harmonic, sapid and persistent taste.

Grape varieties: small-berry Sangiovese 100%

Food pairings: grilled and roasted meat, game.

Le Bambole Gran Selezione

Tasting notes: intense ruby red, light burgundy reflexes; intense mature berry perfume with spicy hints; exuberant, structured, harmonic, fruity and persistent taste.

Grape varieties: small-berry Sangiovese 100%

Food pairings: red meat dishes, first dishes with tasty sauces.

L’Ignobile IGT Toscana Rosso

Tasting notes: intense ruby red, burgundy reflexes; Sangiovese typical perfume, fresh notes of berry; structured, harmonic, fresh, sapid, pleasant taste.

Grape varieties: small-berry Sangiovese 100%.

Food pairings: game meat, cured meat and aged cheese.

Il Palagio di Panzano has obtained many prizes and awards in the last few years: Silver Medal and Bronze Medal, respectively in 2016 and 2012 Decanter World Wine Awards; Slow Wine Magazine 2014 Top 15; Vini d’Italia 2010 Gambero Rosso and Eno Expo 2010.

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