In 1966 Nello Gori di Certaldo, a wine merchant, bought Tenuta il Pozzo, cultivating, developing and skillfully handing down to the present day the traditions of oil and wine production, first together with his wife Tina Barbetti and then with the contribution of their children Paola, Giuliana and Alessandro (the “Senators”).
Now the future of Tenuta il Pozzo is in the hands of the seven grandchildren, albeit with the careful supervision of the Senators, whose essential mission will be to preserve and hand down the tradition over time, from generation to generation.
Over four hundred years in the heart of Chianti, in Tuscany: a future to discover.
Tenuta il Pozzo appears for the first time in the historical notarial registers of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany on March 4, 1590, when the Florentine notary Bernardo Masini signed the sale of the “Podere con casa da Signore e Lavoratore e con terre lavororate, vitate, olivate, fruttate e boscate, situated in a place called “il Pozzo” in San Lazzaro in Valdelsa, Vicariato di Certaldo”. […]
Tenuta il Pozzo covers an area of 60 hectares in the heart of Chianti, in the Chianti Colli Fiorentini area and on the border with Chianti Classico.
Starting from the ancient Villa il Pozzo, which dominates the valley from its 250 meters of altitude, the Estate descends and develops southeast and southwest in soft hills up to about 150 meters of altitude.
Just 15 minutes by car from the futuristic and eco-sustainable Cantina dei Marchesi Antinori di San Casciano Val di Pesa (FI), adjacent to Villa il Pozzo and camouflaged thanks to the sea pines, which frame a spectacular view, and a roof covered with thick grass, is the Cantina di Villa il Pozzo.
The winery of Villa il Pozzo, built in the 70s, seems to have anticipated by forty years the idea of eco-sustainability