List of products by brand Poliziano
A Renaissance pearl, a papal city, a center of Etruscan origin. Montepulciano, Pienza, Cortona. This is the historical and cultural terroir of Poliziano farm. Surrounded by hills and hills, inspired by a millennial oenological tradition, our production of excellence has been here for 50 years. The Poliziano farm, which was born in 1961 from a first 22 hectare estate, has grown over the years to reach the current 120 hectares of vineyards. His name is a homage to the humanist and poet Angelo Ambrogini (1454-1494), known as "Poliziano", who was born in Montepulciano.
The business center is located near the hamlet of Montepulciano Stazione and the vineyards are located predominantly on the southern slope of the coasts that from Montepulciano declined to the east. Around 30 hectares of vineyards, surrounded by business buildings, are added to various farm units, from eight to thirty acres, which form the whole property. The vineyards are cultivated at an altitude ranging from about 280 to 450 m.m. in well-deserved environments, predominantly clayey tufaceous soils and discreet presence of stone. The Geological Map of the Municipality of Montepulciano identifies the most important plots of our company with the toponyms: Asinone, Caggiole, Valiano, Lama, Casale, Pozzi.
The 'In Violas' by Poliziano is a pure Merlot cultivated in Cortona Pliocene clay. The establishment of Doc Cortona in 1999, the immediate affirmation of the vineyard for international vines, together with the friendship with the Aliotti Tommasi Family, owners of excellent land, have been the inspiration for the birth of Poliziano's oenological project.
The Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG selection 'Asinone' by Poliziano is only produced in the best years, and the number of bottles depends on the quality of the vintage. Average production is about 20,000 - 40,000 bottles. The years in which it is not bottled, Asinone is "downgraded" to basic Nobile di Montepluciano.
The Nobile di Montepulciano by Poliziano is produced with Prugnolo Gentile grapes, which characterize the area of Montepulciano, the potential of a territory with a recognized wine-growing vocation. The result is this structured red, long-lasting and intense, but not unnecessarily caricatural fragrances, which faithfully express its deep Tuscan origins.
'Le Stanze' by Poliziano is a great red whose name is reminded by the poet Angelo Ambrogini as "The Poliziano". Obtained from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Le Stanze is a classic "bordolese" cut to "Tuscany", which despite its international taste, does not forget the value of the territory of Montepulciano and its potential in the production of great wines from aging.