The beautiful Tenuta Collazzi belongs to the Marchi family since 1933. Over the last decade the state has been given new impetus through a restructuring of the vineyards and the winery, with the desire to produce wines of excellence.
Collazzi’s microclimate is on average warmer and drier than the surrounding area, and part of the property lies in a natural amphitheatre with an optimal south-west exposure. The strong insolation and high daytime temperatures, allow for a complete maturation of the agricultural productions, kept constant throughout the years.
Of the estate’s 400 hectares, over 25 hectares are planted with vineyards, and 140 with olive trees, trained in specialised cultivation for the production of a precious extra virgin olive oil. In addition, Collazzi is also dedicated to the breeding of bees, from which it obtains a small production of organic honey.