The Stielle hill holds historical significance as a Sangiovese grape production area, with records dating back to 1153. Its exposure, Chianti soil, and optimal altitude contribute to its suitability for viticulture. This 9-hectare vineyard, primarily planted with Sangiovese, sits between 500 and 580 meters above sea level, facing from West to East. The predominant Alberese soils, characterized by calcareous-clayey sequences, shape the organoleptic profile. Expect pronounced notes of ripe red fruits, integrated spicy and balsamic nuances from wood aging, and the distinctive character of Sangiovese. On the palate, the wine displays fullness, power, balanced acidity, and enveloping, crunchy tannins that lend elegance and excellent drinkability. The fresh finish lingers with a long persistence. While the wine undergoes extensive filtration, any natural sediment in the bottle does not affect its flavor. Pair this wine with Florentine steak, game, roasts, and aged cheeses.