Montepulciano, an area rich in history in the heart of Tuscany. A passion for nature and for wine. Here Poliziano was born, and over the years has grown with passion, professionalism, and determination following the most advanced techniques of viticulture and enology.
Poliziano began in 1961 when Dino Carletti, moved by a romantic and passionate vision for his native land, acquired the first parcel of 22 hectares.a.
``From generation to generation and through continuous and unremitting research we strive to impart the best expression of the terroir to our wine.”
The pursuit of excellence starts with grapes grown on our own estate, skillfully planted in soils and microclimates with particular characteristics. .
The path of quality continues in the cellar, built and expanded over the years, where all of our experience and care is aimed at producing high quality, natural, distinctive wines that best interpret the terroir.
On a sunny hill of natural clay, facing southwest, lie the 12 hectares of the Asinone vineyard, 7 of which are over fifty years old. The nickname “Asinone” derives from the characteristic shape of the vineyard which has the form of a donkey’s back. The wine produced from its grapes, almost exclusively Sangiovese, has captivated such a large group of admirers, for its decisive and refined character, that in 2015 Poliziano created a wine club in its honor
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Tuscany is famous all over the world for its beautiful territories and it is the preferred destination for many tourists. This brought us to understand the great value of showing in the best way possible our work of winemakers to those wine lovers passing by.
Poliziano’s primarily goal has always been to acquire plots of land in the Montepulciano area, or otherwise in other wine regions that have to be qualitatively suitable for the production of excellent wines: Maremma in 1997, Cortona in early 2000s and the I Pozzi estate in 1993, but re-planted completely in 2017.