Tenuta I Colli

The Bindi Sergardi family built the estate of I Colli at the end of the 1400’s and since then it has been passed on from one generation to the other 
Over the centuries, I Colli was a place of good retreat for the family members that lived in town and here enjoyed the beautiful and regenerating hills of Siena. Bishop Achille Sergardi, Ambassador for the Republic of Siena to Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (XVI century), lived at I Colli after the siege with which Charles V conquered the city of Siena. The villa at I Colli is today the family’s residence, while part of the estate houses the offices of Bindi Sergardi. Settled in the beautiful production area of Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG in the township of Monteriggioni, the estate as an extension of 150 hectares. The 20 hectares of vineyards have an altitude of 350 meters and are rich in stone, “roccia della Montagnola”. This is the perfect terroir for the fruity and fresh expression of Sangiovese that gives birth to Chianti Colli Senesi wine. At I Colli the olive groves of Correggiolo produce Chianti olive oil, the best in the world.

Province: Siena
Township: Monteriggioni
DOCG: Chianti Colli Senesi
Hectares of Vineyards: 20
Altitude: 1150 feet /350 meters
Soil: roccia della Montagnola, clay 40%, silt and sand 30%,

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