Our land


Tenuta Maryamado is located in the south-western area of the Pesa river’s valley and is within the wine production area of Chianti Colli Fiorentini. This area is known for extensive vineyards and olive groves, a scattering of farms and farmhouses, and rural villages.


Nestled in the gently rolling hillsides in the north of the estate, the ‘Heritage Fields’ (or ‘Campi Antichi’ or ‘Campi del Fossato’) are dedicated to a rotating production of organic ancient grains and wheat that is harvested every year and transformed into a range of artisanal pastas and bread products.


Our olive groves exhibit a rich diversity, each defined by a unique blend of olive varieties, sun exposure, wind patterns, tree maturity, and cultivation techniques. From ancient groves of majestic trees to newly planted trellises, this wide array of olive trees allows us to consistently produce award-winning organic olive oil. In line with our commitment to preserving local agricultural heritage, we've established an "Olearium" – a dedicated grove with over 25 historical Tuscan olive varieties, ensuring that the genetic legacy of these varieties is protected and passed down to future generations.


The distinct microclimate and varied exposures of our vineyards make this area particularly suitable for the cultivation of Tuscan varieties like Sangiovese, Colorino, and Canaiolo, as well as international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot.

Situated along a hilly ridge extending from the Santa Cristina church in San Quirico in Collina, this area holds significant importance. The Pliocene soils here, renowned in the area around Florence, were formed millions of years ago. This happened when the land sank, was flooded by the sea, and then emerged again, leaving behind clay, sand, and pebbly sediments.

Therefore, we pay particular attention to the soil throughout every phase of our agricultural practices, minimising tillage and respecting the delicate balance among the vines, microorganisms, and soil. We are committed to achieving excellence and embodying the rich blend of history, terroir, and a deep passion for our endeavours in our wines.


As part of our commitment to cultivating a variety of local products, we are currently planning and preparing to cultivate organic saffron.
This ambitious initiative aims to utilise the region's resources, promote biodiversity, and contribute to environmental well-being while producing high-quality local products.


In particularly suitable areas of our estate, we cultivate organic vegetables and fruit trees, including traditional and exotic varieties. We also produce organic soil for our gardens through a comprehensive composting program, reducing the need to transport soil from outside the estate by recycling the majority of organic waste on-site.

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Our products are of the highest quality and distinguished by a strong identity and connection to the territory.


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