A Chianti Classico hideaway in the middle of the rolling Tuscan hills

Launch into an otherworldly adventure at this leafy spot, where ancient tradition meets modern organic technique and utmost care for nature.

One of the highest positions in Chianti Classico, Montemaggio boasts an enviable position at 600m above the sea level, moments away from picturesque villages of Radda and Panzano in Chianti. Traditionally crafted organic wines will open an incredible world of genuine products created from scratch with a meticulous care for nature, tradition and territory. Organic agriculture plays a vital part in our wine production and we do everything possible to preserve the land that gives us so much. From the production of wine, olive oil, grappa and creation of bespoke authentic experiences here in Montemaggio, everything we do is filled with passion for our trade and love for our heritage, history, culture and tradition.

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The gallery

Gallo Nero, which means "Black Rooster" in italian comes to represent an important symbol in the world of Chianti Classico, and every bottle of Chianti Classico inevitably carries its mark.

There is amusing legend about the Black Rooster symbol and how it came to belong to Consortium of Chianti Classico. Come visit us in Montemaggio to listen to this wonderfully entertaining story and discover an explosion of colour, flavour and an authentic taste of artisanal work to satisfy the most intrepid traveller.

Other Activities

Embrace Tuscan Vibrant Culture

Offering a unique and authentic experience, this section will explore other exciting activities related to the arts of local craftsmanship. You can embark on a cooking class journey to learn how to cook traditional Tuscan Pasta "Pici" from scratch and give your loved ones a truly special unique treat by presenting them with "Tiramisu di Montemaggio". Otherwise take a silk scarf home with you on which your have designed your name or depict your favourite pattern on a ceramic plate after an insightful class of traditional Tuscan pottery.

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