About the winery
Located just one kilometer from San Gimignano, in the province of Siena, the Casale Falchini winery extends over several hectares of land with specialized vineyards, surrounded by the typical pleasant Tuscan hilly landscape. The area takes its name from the old farmhouse, which was in the past a convent of monks. The farm was founded in 1964 on the initiative of Riccardo Falchini, who with his commitment and seriousness gave life to the first specialized vineyard already in 1968. In 1976, thanks to the precious advice of the winemaker friend Giacomo Tachis, the old cellar was replaced by the new one, equipped with modern systems for cold winemaking and specialized bottling: thus the winery became the first in the area to be equipped with similar modern systems, with which to carry out the cold control of musts and wines. There are many types of wine produced in Casale but 65% of the production is dedicated to Vernaccia di San Gimignano, the first white DOCG in Italy.
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