Luggiano historical vineyards are members of the DOCG for Chianti Production Register, and produce vines of Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino, Malvasia and Trebbiano; in the meantime more recent plants has been added, belonging to the IGP Register, such as Viognier varieties, Petit Verdot, Gamay and Merlot. All vines are bred with “espalier” method, and trimmed according “Guyot way”. The vineyards parcels enter the territory adapting to shape and size to the surrounding environment, creating a unique panorama of extraordinary beauty, typical of Tuscan countryside.
Luggiano’s olive groves are listed on a list maintained by the consortium for the Protection of extra virgin IGP tuscan olive oil. We cultivate Moraiolo, Frantoio and Leccino varieties, according to the Production Regulations. They are bred in respect of the expression of plants with “polyconic vase” form, which guarantees a fair balance between vegetative production and development, and creates a micro climate suitable for the development of plants and olives.