Maria Assunta

Bianco Toscano

We first produced this new white wine made from our local white grape varietal in 2021. Definitely a striking wine, the new favourite of many guests who return to the estate and discover this pleasant surprise. Part of the wine ages for nine months before being added back to the younger, fresher part. “Maria Assunta” is the mother of Susanna (owner and manager of the cellar) and this wine reflects all her qualities: pleasant, structured and more complex than Consesta, it improves with time and is definitely a wine to be shared. Our sincere thanks go to all those guests who have encouraged us over the years to implement this new project.

Tasting notes

The ageing conveys a beautiful golden colour and captivating notes of ripe fruit and nuts.


Excellent with medium-mature cheeses and fish, it reaches its finest expression with white meats and salmon.



Production zone: San Gimignano, Siena
Grape variety: 100% Vernaccia di San Gimignano

The vineyard

Exposure: south-easterly
Altitude: 280 metres a.s.l.
Soil: prehistoric seabed, sand, clay and marine fossils
Vine training system: spurred cordon
Year planted: between 1971 and 2004

Harvest and vinification 

Harvesting period: during the first ten days of September
Harvesting method: by hand
Alcoholic fermentation: in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks at 17°C
Malo-lactic fermentation: yes
Ageing: nine months in small French containers
Bottle ageing: at least three months
Average number of bottles: 2800

Tasting notes

Visual examination: wonderful golden highlights, slowly trickling tears
Olfactory examination: deep notes of ripe fruit, yellow flowers, vanilla scents and an unmistakable mineral vein
Gustatory examination: corresponding to the bouquet, in evolution.
Pairings: salmon, white meats