Lecci e Brocchi

The Lecci and Brocchi estate is an agricultural entity born in the early 1970s with a terrain well exposed to sunlight that is a rich burgundy colour and embues a particular goût de terroir to the wines. The farm now produces and bottles Chianti Classico and Chianti Classico Reserve as well as Extra Virgin Olive oil and a revolutionary and antique white wine made from red Sangiovese grapes. In 2012, production also began of Occhio di Pernice, a sweet wine made from selected grapes harvested and placed to dry on wattle, all strictly done in the traditional manner.