In San Gimignano, Pietraserena occupies the two slopes of the Colle, situated just opposite North-North East. In 1966 it was small in size, about 7 hectares, then on up mixed up neighboring and / or adjacent particles until today reaches the extension Of about 40 hectares, of which 30 are to vineyards and the remaining olive grove and coppice forest. Being in the heart of the Municipality of San Gimignano, the principal grape variety at the beginning was of course the Vernaccia di San Gimignano, the first wine to obtain the doc in Italy.
Subsequently, the Sangiovese, the Prince of Tuscany and Italy all over the world, has been planted in many different clones, from the most traditional and ancient to the Sangiovese Grosso, which gave birth in other areas to wines of utmost international prestige and that also In our company from life to our most representative "crus", Caulio and Poggio al Vento. Many names divide and delineate the individual vineyards, Arca, Quercia, Casine, Ripida, Poggio, Ventaglio, Del Sole, Moggi, Vigna Nuova, Fairy Plane, Pancole and Lignite, from which the grapes come and are vinified separately.