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An overview of the territory that makes Terenzi wines unique and special.

The Maremma, magical and wild in its uniqueness, is breathtakingly beautiful. It is a land of wild beauty, opulent fields, vineyards and olive groves. Long rows of cypress trees seem to have always lived here, alongside the vast pine forests. The eye meets the backdrop of beautiful hills, down to the sea, to become rocks or sandy beaches. Scansano is its heart.

Terenzi‘s vineyards occupy a total area of 60ha, divided into five main zones, described in more detail below. The approach to vineyard management is characterised by great attention to sustainability and the highest possible quality, trying to interpret each vintage as best as possible.

The Cerreto Piano vineyard is characterised by clayey-loamy soils, rich in structure with acid ph and minerals such as magnesium and potassium capable of giving complexity to the wines. Merlot, Sangiovese, Vermentino and Cabernet Sauvignon are grown here.

The Crognoleta vineyard has sandy soils with a strong presence of skeleton. Poggio Crognoleta is very close to the sea, facing the Tuscan archipelago and exposed to the west; consequently, it is able to receive every last ray of sunlight, to have very pronounced ripening and to make very intense yet elegant wines.

Then there is the Madrechiesa Vineyard, which has a soil composition similar to that of Cerreto Piano. Only Sangiovese is grown here.

The Montedonico Vineyard has sandy clay soil, with a strong presence of limestone, especially in the higher areas. This gives softness and pleasantness and depth to the wines. Sangiovese, Vermentino, Viognier and Petit Verdot are grown here.

Finally, there is the Salaioli vineyard, which has similar characteristics to the Montedonico vineyard. Sangiovese and Malvasia are bred here.

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