Felsina

The estates of Fèlsina, developed over more than a thousand years, still represent the basic drive of Felsina work culture. The farms remain the same: Rancia, Rancino, Arcidosso, Arcidossino/Santa Letizia, Casale di Fèlsina, Fèlsina, Casalino, Santa Maria, San Giuseppe, Ruzzatoio, Molino d’Ombrone, Valli, Molinuzzo, Terra Rossa.

Like all good farmers, Felsina main concern is to protect the soil’s natural fertility, which they strive to do by keeping an open mind to new techniques, avoiding excess, and working in an experimental environment that embraces biodynamic production through the most modern technologies and innovations available worldwide. Vine cultivation is used to obtain the best, mature grapes from a morphological and physiological point of view, and then transform them into wines that express the Fèlsina style.

For decades, mass selections have been cultivated as in no other place, producing numerous Sangiovese clones and rootstocks, allowing us to have an infinite palette of nuances and possibilities, much like a painter has infinite shades to work with. An enterprise the size and diversity of Fèlsina holds a profound responsibility not only to the vineyards it runs, but to preserve the ecosystem and natural environment, keeping the human and technological impact in check.