The history of Tenuta Casteani, in the past Podere Casa Fabbri, has ancient roots that probably date back to the end of the 19th century. The area was rediscovered by its new owner: Mario Pelosi who, after almost thirty years of work, took over the property in 2002. That new challenge, for him who knows how an industry develops but has never had anything to do with the art of clay, has a very special charm. He carries out a careful work of soil analysis and the results are surprising. He refurbishes the Estate and prepares to change his life. Tenuta Casteani today is made up of 80 hectares of woods and vineyards squeezed between the metalliferous hills and the sea, giving life to a magnificent Wine Resort that merges with the real Winery in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma. Nestled on the rolling hills that dominate the hinterland of the upper Maremma, the Tenuta Casteani farmhouse is a perfect place both for holidays in nature and for short stays or weekends dedicated to tasting wines and typical local products.
Following destemming, the grapes are softly pressed, the must obtained is fermented in steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 16°C. The refinement is six months in steel and bottle.
At sight it has a straw yellow color with golden and greenish hues. The nose is mineral and fresh, with citrus notes (citron and lime), white-fleshed fruits such as pear and peach, as well as floral scents such as acacia flowers. On the palate it is broad, deep with a marked and sharp freshness with vibrant sensations.
Naturally paired with fish dishes and roasted white meats.