The Panzanello winery is located in a strategic and beautiful area, along the hills of Panzano in Chianti, between Florence and Siena. It is the land of Chianti Classico, where the red wines D.O.C.G. Gallo Nero are produced. Visitors are treated to Panzanello’s hospitality in a welcome room and beautiful terraces where visitors can enjoy wine tasting and an unforgettable view of the Tuscan countryside. In 1995 the winery bottled its first wine and started with 900 bottles a year. The Panzanello Winery is family owned and has been run by Andrea and Iole Sommaruga since the 1960s. The estate encompasses over 270 acres of rolling hills, undulating valleys, thick woods, olive groves and vineyards and now produces 100,000 bottles of wine every year. In 1998, the Panzanello Winery earned highest accolades for organic farming and sustainability.
Currently, they offer around seven wines which include white, red, and rose. One that is often described as the winery’s best wine is the 2011 Vindea Limited Edition, also known as “Goddess of wine”. This one is a blend of 50% Sangiovese and 50% Petit Verdot, and is aged for three years.