||The name "mezzobraccio" derives from the ancient unit of measurement of the area's land, still divided into small plots interspersed with woods and streams, dominated by embankments and terraces, paths by low walls made of stone. The heterogeneous structure of the territory, the climate characterized by major temperature fluctuations, the arrangement at various altitudes of the vineyards, make it a place dedicated to the production of great white wines. The area is known for having been for centuries the place of residence of the Florentine nobility who used to retire here in the summer time, as evidenced by the now famous houses of Beatrice Portinari and Dante Alighieri, overlooking the estate's vineyards.
||Early October. It was collected by hand and the grapes, after being de-stemmed, were subjected to crushing in order to extract the juice with the greatest possible degree
||The alcoholic fermentation takes place in purity in stainless steel tanks at temperatures not exceeding 16 ° C. The wine was stored at a temperature of 10 ° C until bottling, which took place in May.