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Fattoria Casa Sola (#2003)

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Fattoria Casa Sola
Region:Tuscany City:Firenze
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The 30 hectares of vineyards – all situated within the Chianti Classico territory – possess an ancient aptitude for producing wine of quality.
At 330 metres above sea level, surrounding by forests, our vineyards grow on very permeable soil, rich in limestone and minerals.
An excellent soil exposition and favourable microclimate help to create Casa Sola’s unmistakeable character.
In line with the company’s policies which are oriented towards the quality renovation of the equipment, we use the most opportune and modern precautions: North-South orientation of the north-south rows, plant density up to 6000 plants per hectare, use of clones and select rootstock.
We have planted at least two varieties on each single parcel with the aim of accumulating the most widespread experience to use in new projects.
We have placed other varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Sirah next to the traditional Chianti vines.


Casa Sola possesses and ancient vocation for agriculture, proof can be found in the ancient and precious photographs which were discovered in the company archives. Here grew not only vineyards and olives but also grain and vegetables for the surrounding lands.
Owners of Casa Sola for three generations, the Gambaro Family manages the company since 1960, transferring their passion and respect for this marvellous land into the wine and oil which they produce.
Under the management of Giuseppe Gambaro, Casa Sola had its greatest development and growth when in 1985 he decided to get involved personally in the management of the estate and began to work full time at the company, bringing his experience as a manager and his curiosity and passion for the fine things in life. He developed his knowledge in wine making by reading about the fantastic Burgandy wines, he cemented his studies with texts about oenology and viticulture, he practiced techniques and methodologies, and began a delicate process of vineyard, machine and equipment renovation and restoration.
Driven – together with his wife Claudia – by the desire to share the beauty of the area as well as the excellence of wine, he used his real estate knowledge and worked to restore the colonial company homes and gave life to a magnificent agriturismo (vacation farm-holiday homes).
From then on the story of our company has become that of our family.
Today, the children Matteo and Anna have stepped in to take part in the estate following the family passion. And the story continues…

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