Over the centuries and for 23 generations I Colli has lived the history of the Bindi Sergardi family, who built it at the end of the 1400s. I Colli estate is settled in the northern part of the province of Siena, in the townships of Monteriggioni and Castelnuovo Berardenga. I Colli’s land is characterized by a very particular limestone (sedimentary rocks composed mainly by calcium carbonate), known as “stone of the Montagnola Senese ridge”, worldwide famous also for its precious yellow marble. Thanks to the high presence of stone and an altitude of 1150 feet/350 meters the sangiovese grape expresses here its most fresh and fruity characteristics and ample floral bouquets. I Colli is a hamlet built by the Bindi Sergardi at the end of the 1400s and has accompanied the family over the centuries. It is the most historical estate, passed on for 23 generations. It is positioned on the ancient pilgrim route Via Francigena, running from Canterbury to Rome, a strategic and beautiful location where Bishop Achille Sergardi hosted the legation of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (XVI century).
Province: Siena Township: Monteriggioni Altitude: 1150 feet /350 meters Soil: roccia della Montagnola, clay 40%, silt and sand 30%,