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We believe in the importance of the past and the traditions that have characterized this place and make it as we see and appreciate it today.

What distinguishes a stay in the hamlet of Agriturismo Montalbino is the feeling of being immersed in a genuine context, which recovers from tradition the typical elements of the Tuscan countryside.
Here, the vineyards, the grapes and the wine have, for centuries, marked the territory and the people; and that is why the oenological tradition of this place is what we most cherish and refer to during the management of the crops and the production of our wines. The winery has been owned by the Tinacci family for about 30 years and has 90 hectares of land, 5 of which are planted with vineyards.

The wines of Montalbino - Between organic farming, native grape varieties and Chianti

The utmost care of the vineyard through all the manual and mechanical work throughout the year, the constant attention to the wine during the processes of vinification and aging in the cellar, such as all those aspects related to exposure, microclimate, characteristics, and altitude of the soils make this place one of the most appreciated wine-growing areas in Italy and in the world.

Every year we produce quality wines, all transformation processes take place within the winery and the grapes used are entirely grown by us. Grapes that derive from native grape varieties such as Sangiovese, Colorino, Canaiolo, Fogliatonda, Trebbiano and Malvasia Bianca del Chianti. The complete organic management of the vineyards contributes to the maintenance of biodiversity in the field and is in line with our philosophy: to leave this territory unaltered to those who will come after.
Our winery, completely renovated in 2020, allows us both to preserve the quality potential of our grapes and to welcome our customers for tastings and guided tours of the winery.

Montalbino's extra virgin olive oil - Between farming school, organic oil and well-being

Montalbino’s oil, made from its own olives and bottled on the farm, is obtained, as tradition dictates, from a combination of different varieties of Tuscan olives, so as to obtain a product that is both characteristic of the area and balanced.

The olives, harvested in October and November, are pressed within 48 hours. The oil is obtained by cold mechanical pressing so as to preserve all the valuable characteristics of the fruit. For the olive groves, the cultivation method is also totally organic, thus rejecting the use of synthetic fertilizers or insecticides.
Organic management also follows the protection of the biodiversity of these places, so our extra virgin olive oil brings well-being to this fantastic territory as well as to those who work on the farm and, of course, to our Guests!