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Casa Emma

Towards the western edge of the Chianti Classico region, just south of the village of San Donato, halfway between Poggibonsi and Greve in Chianti, lies the Casa Emma estate. Casa Emma was bought by the Bucalossi family back in 1970 from the Fiorentine noblewoman Emma Bizzarri (hence the name) and sits amidst 34 hectares of land of which 21 hectares are vineyard. They grow mainly Sangiovese but also have about 3 hectares of Merlot and smaller plantings of Malvasia Nera and Canaiolo. There are olive groves and also 5 hectares of botanical park where a Quercus Pubescens wood is interspersed with plantings of cistus, broom, honeysuckle, privet, juniper shrubs and several species of wild rose and other herbaceous plantings. Rose syrup, rose dressing and rose jam are produced here too. Their wines, exported worldwide, are enriched by the advice and mastery of the oenologist Carlo Ferrini, of the top Sangiovese specialists in Italy.

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