Fattoria di Petrognano, owned by the Pellegrini family, is
located near Florence, in Montelupo Fiorentino, the Tuscan
city known for its ceramics, and extends over 85 hectares in
the Chianti region, where the hills and valleys are home to
some of the world’s most beloved wines.
The 25 hectares of vines are surrounded by a wealth of
beauty in the form of the art and landscapes that Tuscany is
known for. They grow inside a protected natural area intended
for repopulation. Built at the start of the nineteenth century,
the main villa is nestled between cypress and olive trees.
Fattoria di Petrognano has been owned by the Pellegrini
family since 1963, and its history is inextricably bound to
the evolution of Tuscan wine. The family has always aimed
to keep intact the allure of this typical Chianti estate,
in recent years has further invested in the property with
the aim of further enhancing its tradition and territorial identity.