• We re-newed our old fermentation cellar

    We re-newed our old fermentation cellar

    We re-newed our old fermentation cellar! Built in 1986, our older cellar needed renovation. And here we are in 2023 with 7 brand new fermenters, all in stainless steel with advanced safety systems and automated skin-removal and temperature control. The 'little' cellar has a total capacity of 1500 hL and will allow more efficient and
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  • We are planting!

    We are planting!

    WE ARE PLANTING! A new beginning for Poliziano. For three days now we have been planting 8 new hectares of Sangiovese at 'I Pozzi'; a new property of the company, where we started working in 2017 and we are finally arriving at the last vineyards. We are very hopeful because in addition to a breathtaking
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  • Becoming organic

    Becoming organic

    Harvest 2021 has officially ended! This was an important one for us here at Poliziano, as it will be the first one yielding 100% certified organic wines. We have been bio-oriented on our vineyards for more than 10 years now, that is, we have been choosing the most 'natural' methods possible, testing different techniques and
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  • The story of a family of winemakers (Part tree)

    The story of a family of winemakers (Part tree)

    Finally, after so many months of mandatory lockdown, we are ready to host you again!
    A professional hospitality is our best business card.
    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.

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  • The story of a family of winemakers (Part two)

    The story of a family of winemakers (Part two)

    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.

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