Garden and farm

Vignamaggio extends over 400 hectares in the heart of the Chianti Classico area, within the Greve in Chianti municipality, 33 Km from Florence and 35 Km from Siena.

The introduction of farm diversification, like the addition of orchards and small scale organic animal rearing, is an integral part of Vignamaggio’s vision. From the outset, the idea was to move beyond the olive grove/vineyard duo and adopt an avant-garde approach to Tuscan farm concept, always respecting and being guided by the rhythms and schedules of nature.

The vineyards and olive groves remain the heart of the farm and extend over 70 hectares and 5000 olive trees.



In 2014 the farm’s conversion to organic agriculture began.

Environmental conservation, the health of our staff and that of our clients were the three main reasons that lead Vignamaggio in this direction.

Inherent in the implementation of this new holistic agricultural approach is respect for land, plants and people.


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From our Blog

Posted on Tuesday December 03, 2019

All of Casolese’s rooms are decorated in a fresh and understated style, but they all have an element that sets them apart; illustrations by the artist Simone Boni that confer on each room its own unique character. The artist has faithfully transposed a map of Florence onto designer wall-coverings, and we have selected representations of […]


Posted on Wednesday October 23, 2019

On the 16th of September 2019, Vignamaggio began picking grapes, with 30 people at work on 52 hectares of vines. A day spent in the vineyards during harvest time is quite special: there is chatter to be heard in a variety of languages, a few lively Tuscan expressions filter through the branches, and at precisely […]

THE 2019 HARVEST Vignamaggio Blog.

ANCIENT ‘VERNA’ WHEAT Cristina & Elisa Conversation among Chefs
Posted on Wednesday August 28, 2019

The anticipation, while dough rises, the velvety sensation of flour running through fingers or the fragrance of freshly baked bread, are images that warm the heart and stimulate the appetite. Flour is the main ingredient in many of our recipes, forms part of our daily lives as well as our past, and evokes familiar memories […]

ANCIENT ‘VERNA’ WHEAT Cristina & Elisa Conversation among Chefs Vignamaggio Blog.