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  • The Sustainability

The sustainability

In harmony
with nature

Sustainability is for us an everyday choice that embraces the entire life cycle of our wine, from soil to bottle, through an integral approach of respect for the territory and in the harmony with Nature. Thanks to the expertise of Ruggero Mazzilli, agronomist pioneer since the eighties of the concept of “bio-logic” (smart-organic agriculture), we observed and analyzed the ecosystems that surround our estates, taking care of the biodiversity and fertility of the soils and working on the grassing of our lands.

The starting point is the care of the land. In 2020 we have begun with the process of organic conversion of the estates “Terrabianca” in Radda in Chianti and “Il Tesoro” in Massa Marittima, both properties will join Colle Brezza already organic certified for over ten years. Caring for the territory also implies preserving the existing vineyards and enhancing the distinctiveness of the terroirs. Our intervention model is based on two principles: exclusive use of elements of natural origin and the minimization of human interventions on land to recover biodiversity and vitality functions.

Today, our soil is alive: dark, odorous and fertile.

The soil

in practice

by hand

We chose to harvest by hand picking, in this way we reduce the stress for the plants and safeguard the integrity of grape cluster, protecting the quality of the wine. We limit the use of agricultural machinery to a minimum by moderating CO2 emissions and preserving soil integrity.

Customised soil interventions

Our vineyards are monitored in real time, thanks to small meteorological units placed between the rows of our vines, we are detecting fundamental climatic data: from the temperature of the air and the soil to the humidity up to the wetting of the leaves. All information is transmitted to the company allowing us to carry out rapid, and targeted interventions.

Soil and water management

Throughout the year we work to optimize water resources and avoid erosion by seeking a balance between water, heat, and soil. In the vineyard we work to favor the accumulation of autumn and spring rainfalls and defer its availability during the summer season. At the same time, we act on the vines to reduce water demand through grassing, which stimulates water and mineral retention capacity, soil fertility, microbiological vitality, and local biodiversity.

Sustainability is the challenge of our time. In a world with limited resources and increasing climate change, protecting the environment and building a regenerative future are essential. Sustainability involves striking a balance between current needs and respect for our planet for future generations. The environmental crisis calls for a global response. Climate change, pollution, loss of biodiversity, and resource exploitation are interconnected issues. We need a holistic approach that takes into account environmental, social, and economic aspects.

The transition to a sustainable society is everyone's responsibility. We need to adopt renewable energy sources and reduce waste. Biodiversity conservation is crucial, as is promoting environmental education. Cooperation among nations, institutions, and individuals is key to addressing environmental challenges. Investing in sustainability will bring economic and social benefits. Each of us can make a difference, acting responsibly for a better future. It's time to build a sustainable world for generations to come.



Only through the evaluation of our impact on the ecosystem we can understand how to reduce it and enhance biodiversity. The continuous pursuit of improvement and the desire to enhance the company's natural heritage drive our involvement in these projects:


The challenge against global warming commits us to increase the use of clean energy and solutions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the production chain. At the same time, we analyze and offset CO2 emissions through careful management of our forest assets.


Water management in viticulture balances quality production and preservation of this vital resource. Through effective strategies, including the optimization of water resources, by using rainwater collection basins and specific, eco-friendly irrigation techniques such as drip irrigation, we promote efficient and responsible use of water, encouraging sustainability and productivity.


The inclusion of renewable energies in the renovation process of our business premises represents a significant opportunity to participate in the development for a greener energy future. By implementing these practices, our company not only minimizes its ecological footprint, but also has the opportunity to benefit from lasting economic advantages.


Vines and wine regions are closely linked to local biodiversity. The conservation of natural ecosystems and native species is essential to maintain ecological balance and ensure the resilience of crops. We actively commit ourselves to the restoration of natural habitats and the formation of ecological corridors, which facilitate the presence of pollinating insects and other beneficial organisms for vine cultivation.


With dedication, we embrace the mission of revitalizing the woodlands that surround us. This delicate commitment is reflected in the improvement of forest infrastructures, turning them into welcoming and accessible paths, true invitations to lose oneself among the wonders of nature. Our goal is to nourish biodiversity, to create green oases where the community can deeply reconnect with the environment. It is a celebration of the bond between humans and earth, a commitment to the prosperity of every form of life in our ecosystem.


The introduction of bees to our estates is in line with the dedication we have to biodiversity. Bees are vital pollinating insects that can support ecosystem health and increase biodiversity. Through beekeeping, we contribute to the preservation of these precious allies, thus enhancing our productive quality and at the same time contributing to the stability of the ecosystem. The bees assist not only our vines but also the local flora, creating a vibrant and thriving environment.