Cabernet Sauvignon | Canaiolo Nero | Colorino | Grechetto | Merlot | Prugnolo Gentile | Sangiovese
The pursuit of excellence starts with grapes grown on their own estate, skillfully planted in soils and microclimates with particular characteristics. The care and cultivation is done manually, aimed at enhancing the uniqueness and typicality of each vine in a diverse territory like that of Montepulciano. This peculiarity led Poliziano to cultivate individual parcels and has also led to the identification of different Cru, to date, the wines Asinone and Caggiole.
From pruning to training of the vines, from the selection of buds to the paling, from topping to the first selection of grapes, each step takes place between the experienced hands of the vineyard experts at Poliziano who intervene on the basis of the specific conditions of each plant, each parcel, and each year. The cultivation is strictly organic, although not yet certified. The varietal choices and ordering of the plants do not impose themselves on the territory but instead respect it. These are considerations made to contribute to and enhance the naturalness and tradition of the wines.
Montepulciano: Poliziano (280 to 450 m above s.l.)
Vineyard area mainly dedicated to Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG, Rosso di Montepulciano and Chianti.
Cortona: In Violas (300 m above s.l.)
Vineyard area mainly dedicated to Cortona DOC.
Maremma: Lohsa (100m above s.l.)
Vineyard area mainly dedicated to Morellino di Scansano DOCG.
A new estate dedicated to the cultivation of Sangiovese: characterized by high density plants, planted using the Countor plowing technique, with new clones and suitable rootstocks. The new vineyards, planted on a very well-drained, declivous, clay loam soil, are placed in a wild environment free from human contamination.