The Podere La Regola winery is located on the Tuscan coast, an area dedicated to the production of great cru wines, in the Cecina river valley, just 5 km from the sea, in the municipality of Riparbella, amidst vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees much praised by the great poet Giosuè Carducci, who dedicated his verses to the nearby Bolgheri.

In the area where the new wine cellar has recently been built, the remains of an ancient Etruscan settlement (7th century B.C.) and numerous wine amphorae have been found, testifying to the vocation of this territory for vine cultivation.


The loose and draining soil, consisting mainly of Pliocene sands rich in shell fossils, with a percentage of clay, a stratification of rocks and iron-rich minerals and a south-southeast exposure of the vine rows to the sun, favours optimal ripening of the grapes, allowing for fine wines with structure and remarkable persistence.


The winery currently owns 25 hectares of vineyards, divided between the plains (50 m above sea level) and hills (100-200 m above sea level), trained partly by spurred cordon and partly by Guyot, with a vine density ranging from 4,000 to 7,500 vines per hectare, and cultivated entirely using organic farming methods, following a rigorous conversion process completed in 2015.

Alongside the cultivation of indigenous vines such as Sangiovese and Vermentino, the company has added the cultivation of French white and red grape varieties, including Cabernet Franc, which makes up the blend of the most important wine: Cru ‘La Regola’.
The winery also produces a passito from Trebbiano, Malvasia and Colombana grapes, “Sondrete,” and three classic method sparkling wines from Manseng and Chardonnay or Pinot Noir.

With the new eco-sustainable wine cellar, powered by clean energy, the company wanted to transmit the values of a unique territory, where nature has not been contaminated since the Etruscans, and expresses the constant and respectful balance between man and his environment.

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