About the maker
Sàgona is located on the slopes of Pratomagno, in the province of Arezzo. 500 meters above sea level where the soil is primarily sand and clay, surrounded by dry stone walls and a narrow valley.
Here all of the vines are all old plants from the 1960s and 1970s, mostly trained with the traditional Tuscan method of pruning and training called Archetto Capovolto. The yield per hectare does not exceed 30 quintals, which is very low. So the grapes grown are incredibly flavoursome. They only produce an average of 4000 bottles, which come almost entirely from Sàgona and La Badia, their mountain vineyards.See the Sàgona collection here