At the beginning of the 19th century the Corbinelli cousins built the house and the cellar on their own land and began to produce wine by founding the Corbinelli Farm. Over the years the property has expanded to the current 20 hectares of which a small plot of about half a hectare is cultivated with olive groves.
The vineyards are located in the municipalities of Certaldo and Montespertoli, located in the typical production area of "Chianti" in hills which height varies from 200 to 300 meters above sea level. The passion for the wine business has been handed down from generation to generation up to the current owner Claudio Corbinelli, who for some years has replaced his father in the management of the farm, continuing the happy intuition of his father who among the first ones has privileged quality over quantity, progressively reducing the yield per hectare, obtaining high quality wines.
The Tuscan countryside, a very particular natural environment, gives our wine those characteristics of typicality and traditionality unique in the world that only by visiting these lands you can really taste.
The current owner, Claudio Corbinelli, carries on the family tradition with passion and innovation. Many projects are underway: renovation of the vineyards, expansion of the vineyard area, construction of a new cellar.
The dynamism of the company makes it possible to create products on demand and to adapt to market demands, to formulate brands, labels and personalized packaging.
The company also has a bottling plant that leads to a high production capacity with a rapid and efficient response.
The Palazzo Pretorio or dei Vicari is located in Certaldo Alto, in the province of Florence.
It is the most important building in the medieval town and one of the symbols of Certaldo. With the adjoining church of Santi Tommaso e Prospero it forms a unique museum itinerary. It is one of the three most important museums of the town together with the Museum of Sacred Art and Casa Boccaccio, for which it is possible to buy a single ticket.
Today it has a brick facade, surmounted by battlements resulting from restoration work in the 19th century, with a tower on the right with a clock placed here in 1484.
The coats of arms in glazed terracotta, marble, pietra serena that dot the facade represent its peculiarity, made by the various Vicars who lived in the palace from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century, bear the Vicar's arms and an inscription with the dates on which he held office.
Among the coats of arms is also that of the Corbinelli family.
The craftsmanship of the land carried out with care by those who over time have handed down the tradition of the noble cultivation of the vine.
The agronomist Marco Pampaloni who looks after and directs the Company from the agronomic point of view and the realization of new modern agricultural systems.
He combines the traditional nature of the land with new innovative and technological tools that lead the company to achieve greater development in terms of quality, quantity and innovation.