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Caiarossa Srl Società AgricolaTo trace a definitive line between poetry and technique is impossible. The tangible reality of oenological and viticultural competence mix indissolubly with the beauty and emotions which our estate, this place, gives us with its colors and aromas, inspiring our estate’s vision of the world. The company logo is represented by an ancient clay head of Etruscan origin representing the Greek god Dionysus and dating from the fourth century B.C., discovered near the city of Volterra and now the property of Eric Albada Jelgersma. God of vegetation and of wine, particularly linked to the vital lymph, the first-born of the cosmos, and to the liberation of the senses, it is the perfect representation of what we wish to transmit with our wines. The name of Caiarossa was coined as a homage to the soil, which is characterized by the presence of jasper, rock and pebbles intensely red in color. A creative name inspired by Gaia, mother of all the gods of Mount Olympus, goddess of fertility and of Nature, of the very Earth itself. Our story began in 1998, taking as its guide the principles of organic agriculture for the cultivation of the vineyards and that of geo-dynamics and the oriental discipline of Feng Shui for the construction of the cellars. But it was in the year 2004, when it was acquired by Eric Albada Jelgersma, that Cairossa entered the world of quality wine thanks to the decades of experience which this family had acquired with two Grands Crus Classés in Margaux, Bordeaux, Château Giscours and Château du Tertre.
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AgrisoleThe terroir represents a very important element for a wine. You can define how all those features which give the area connotations and well defined, it is not simple chemical composition of the soil. There is talk of average temperatures during the year of the moisture of a place, the thermal excursions between night and day especially during the summer in phase of maturation, details that differentiate a zone from another. Our wine has its origin in the countryside of San Miniato where the climate is characterized by strong variations, detail that allows the area to be particularly suited to viticulture, making the maturation of our grapes slow and constant, with an elegant final result. To complete the climate framework of San Miniato (the ideal) there are not too abundant rainfall and the constant ventilation. The hills on which lie the vineyards of Agrisole are exposed to the south and south-west and are characterized by a ground very inhomogeneous and deep. The prevalence of clay with varying shades of tufa rock and sand makes these soils are very rich in water, avoiding water stress even in years when more difficult. All this, combined with a strong presence of marine fossils, gives rise to wines very mineral and savory. Those are exactly the details that constitute the terroir, what gives character to wine and it tells his story, made of habits and uses, tastes and flavors, nuances and suggestions. Because a wine can never do not speak of itself and of the territory in which it is born and in which it is developed with the inexorable passing of the years. The wines we produce to Agrisole are precisely this harmonious, narratives of the life of an area dedicated to viticulture for centuries, fora would be more true to say always, an area that without this marriage would not be the same, despite its indisputable charm.
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Badia di MorronaA grand family estate… 1500 total acres (600 hectares) of land, some 282 of which (110 hectares) planted to vineyards, 100 (40 hectares) to olive groves, and the rest grain fields and woods. Facilities for rural hospitality created by a careful and tasteful restructuring and renovation of old country farmhouses. These are the numbers of a complex property, but one which the Gaslini Alberti family runs the with passion and professionalism of true entrepreneurs: exactly what they are. Ever since 1939, when the Gaslini Alberti family purchased the property, the Badia A Morrrona estate has been managed with farsighted entrepreneurial ability. The vineyards have been replanted, the production techniques constantly updated and improved, and the cellars restructured, enlarged and re-equipped with new casks and barrels. The estate produces wine and olive oil, offers five different structures for rural hospitality, a restaurant, and the use of the monastery itself – which goes all the way back to the year 1089 – for all sorts of events and ceremonies. Una grande azienda di famiglia… 600 ettari di terreno di cui 110 a vigneto, 40 a oliveto, il resto a bosco e seminativo. Agriturismi ricavati da vecchie case coloniche perfettamente ristrutturate. Questi i numeri di un’azienda complessa, ma che la famiglia Gaslini Alberti, gestisce con passione e professionalità da veri imprenditori del vino quali sono. Dal 1939, quando la famiglia Gaslini Alberti l’ha acquistata, l’azienda Badia di Morrona è stata condotta con lungimiranza e capacità imprenditoriale. Sono stati rinnovati i vigneti, migliorate costantemente le tecniche di produzione, ristrutturate e ampliate la cantina e la barriccaia per l’ affinamento in legno. Oggi l’azienda produce vino e olio, propone diverse strutture per l’agriturismo, un ristorante e l’uso della Badia risalente al 1089 quale sede per ogni tipo di evento e cerimonia.
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