Having twenty-three generations of winemakers and almost seven hundred years of aristocratic family traditions behind you are not an everyday occurrence. A family of bishops and captains, but also of wine growers, the Bindi Sergardi have been operating in Tuscany since 1349. At the helm, today, Nicolò and his daughter, Alessandra, are among the most active and interesting personalities in the Tuscan oenological world. The family currently works on three excellent estates: Mocenni, a classic foul clay and alberese stone soil in the council of Castelnuovo Berardenga, the heart of the austere, mineral, complex Chianti Classico; Marcianella, further south, which produces wines that are more ready, softer and more fruity; I Colli, towards Monteriggioni, where around a 15th century villa, on calcareous soils dominated by the Giallo di Siena, the Bindi Sergardi produce fresh, agile and fragrant wines.
- Year founded1349
- Own vineyards:100
- EnologistStefano Di Blasi, Federico Cerelli
- Bottles produced per year300000