Lornano is a winery owned by the same family since 1904. It is located in the southwestern hills of Castellina in Chianti, on the border between Castellina and Monteriggioni. The winery was built around the ancient church of Lornano in the 15th century, and the shape of the present structure dates back to the second half of the 18th century. The Fattoria di Lornano has been a member of the "Consorzio del Marchio Storico Chianti Classico Gallo Nero" since its foundation in 1924.
Lornano practices and promotes a Model of Sustainable Agriculture. A new agriculture that meets human needs but is more respectful of the environment and human health. Producing sustainable wine means working in a way that aims to preserve our natural resources for future generations.