Sustainability, Craftsmanship and Terroir

The essence of our work

Sustainability because we respect natural life cycles and soil so we safeguard biodiversity in order to guarantee a future for our project and establish synergy between us and the ecosystem. Craftsmanship because we personally handle every stage, taking care of each single detail in order to give our wines their absolute best quality. Terroir because we strongly believe that wine should reflect the character of its production area, not only for identification but also to bring out the best in it. 

The Territory: la Val d'Orcia

Where the world’s most beautiful wine is produced

Val d’Orcia with its iconic landscape of cypresses and sinuous hills needs no introduction. Campotondo is right there, more precisely in Campiglia d’Orcia, a medieval hamlet that dominates the valley from above. It’s a natural panoramic terrace over  Val d’Orcia.


Prior to planting we strongly believed that the significant temperature variation between the vineyard’s altitude and its proximity to Monte Amiata would enhance our wines with elegance and intensity.


The soils of our vineyard have been shaped over thousands of  years  by slow geological evolution. They are composed of roughly equal amounts of clay, sand and loam, and all are enriched by minerals.


We mainly cultivate Sangiovese ,the true icon of Tuscan varieties, some Colorino, which is a very bold and intriguing native variety, and some rows of Merlot and Chardonnay in our 2.5 hectares of vineyard.


We personally handle every stage of production, taking care of each single detail in order to give our wines their absolute best quality.


Our Wines

All our wines are made with love.
Our aim is to produce wines which are capable of representing their origins, even thousands of miles away, and above all, wines that  unmistakably  convey our style. We create and produce them taking care of each single detail, from the vineyard to the bottle.

A true Family Tradition

Quality and passion are handed down from generation to generation
Paolo Salviucci

For many years I worked in a completely different field, but my family had always been a family of farmers for generations. I believe that’s why at some point I needed to go back to the land.

Elena Salviucci

When my father planted our first vineyard I was only 5 years old; maybe, that’s why, ever since I can remember, wine has always been part of my life.

Sabrina Guerrini

Until I was 30 the idea of drinking wine appalled me; then, after meeting Paolo, I got closer to this world step by step and I fell in love.


Please come to our winery, visit our vineyard and taste our wines