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Chianti Colli Fiorentini

Chianti Colli Fiorentini – The heart of the Chianti territory

Chianti is the oldest Italian wine region, located “under the Tuscan sun” between Florence and Siena, and is considered worldwide as one of the best Italian territories for wine production.

Chianti is divided into seven different regions, one of them is the Chianti Colli Fiorentini, which literally means “the Chianti Hills of Florence”, located in the heart of the Chianti territory and just half an hour by car from Florence center.

Chianti Colli Fiorentini

The geographical area of the Chianti Colli Fiorentini region combined with its beautiful hills and amazing weather, allows vineyards to provide high-quality grapes such as Sangiovese, to produce a very unique type of wine.

The territory has optimum characteristics that enable us to have different kind of productions besides wine. A great example of it is the olive groves produced for the extra virgin olive oil.

Volognano is part of this wonderful territory and its historical residence with stunning vineyards and astonish Castle, provides you the opportunity to experience not only the territory and its richness but also its incredible landscapes and marvelous views that can be enjoyed from all the village and the highest point of the castle´s tower. Vineyards plus Castle from the 11th century equals an exclusive Tuscan dreamed experience.

The Chianti Colli Fiorentini region should be part of your next Tuscany visit, including the staying at Volognano, where you will LIVE the experience of the wine tradition, TASTE our high-quality products and LEARN about our fascinating story and territory. It is definitely the best way to discover the uniqueness of Chianti.

Volognano • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Superior category oil, obtained directly from olives and solely by mechanical means.

This olive oil is produced using olives of the frantoio, moraiolo and leccino varieties. It is harvested by hand in November, directly in the olive groves of the farm. It appears green, with golden reflections and an intense fruity aroma with hints of wild herbs. It has a slightly spicy, pleasantly bitterish taste. The extra virgin olive oil, unfiltered, can form a small layer of sediment by natural effect.