The name comes from the little village near the vineyard, and is the main produce of the farm. It comes from both the oldest and the newest vines. It consists of Sangiovese (80%), Merlot (10%), Canaiolo (5%) and Malvasia Bianca (5%). It is handpicked and fermented in cement vats, and macerated for about two weeks. It is then matured in both cement and stainless steel vats for about a year. After bottling it rests for a few months before going on sale.
It looks ruby red with hints of purple, has a fragrant and slightly fruity smell, and tastes fresh and savoury. It is pleasant to drink with any dish. When served cold it is good with starters.