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At the beginning of the 1900’s the Nuti family bought a small plot of land in a locality known as “La Regola”, in the town of Riparbella, (a place name found in the Florence land register dating back to the 1700’s), to produce a small amount of olive oil and wine for family consumption.

In a small cellar below the house known as “cillieri” “The first genuine “drinkable” wine produced by La Regola came to  as much as 30 demijohns!

LUCA NUTI

In the 1990’s, Luca, Rolando’s  eldest son, with a degree in agriculture, began planting more vines, upgraded the wine cellar and introduced French oak barrels like those used for the production of the famous Sassicaia wine and produced the first bottled wines.
Luca oversees the wine production together with an oenologist collaborator.

FLAVIO NUTI

In 2000, Luca’s brother Flavio, a lawyer, began to take care of the administration and marketing of the business building up contacts in Italy and abroad.

Conceiving of the new wine cellars not simply as a traditional wine-making space, in accordance with the area’s traditions, but also as a venue for man’s creative side which is no less important than wine – i.e. for the culture of which art is the most tangible expression – in the form of events, exhibitions, concerts and conferences was his idea. Hence the involvement of artist Stefano Tonelli in the “A Regola d’Arte” project.

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At the beginning of the 1900’s the Nuti family bought a small plot of land in a locality known as “La Regola”, in the town of Riparbella, (a place name found in the Florence land register dating back to the 1700’s), to produce a small amount of olive oil and wine for family consumption.

In a small cellar below the house known as “cillieri” “The first genuine “drinkable” wine produced by La Regola came to  as much as 30 demijohns!

LUCA NUTI

In the 1990’s, Luca, Rolando’s  eldest son, with a degree in agriculture, began planting more vines, upgraded the wine cellar and introduced French oak barrels like those used for the production of the famous Sassicaia wine and produced the first bottled wines.
Luca oversees the wine production together with an oenologist collaborator.

FLAVIO NUTI

In 2000, Luca’s brother Flavio, a lawyer, began to take care of the administration and marketing of the business building up contacts in Italy and abroad.

Conceiving of the new wine cellars not simply as a traditional wine-making space, in accordance with the area’s traditions, but also as a venue for man’s creative side which is no less important than wine – i.e. for the culture of which art is the most tangible expression – in the form of events, exhibitions, concerts and conferences was his idea. Hence the involvement of artist Stefano Tonelli in the “A Regola d’Arte” project.

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