« Non han sì aspri sterpi né sì folti
quelle fiere selvagge che ‘n odio hanno
tra Cecina e Corneto i luoghi cólti. »
(Dante, Inferno, Canto XIII, vv. 7-9)
Between Cecina and Tarquinia, as recalled by Dante in his Inferno, there is Maremma: an area of culture, good food and great wine.
It clings between hills with bright colors, changing with seasons, from green to yellow to the dark brown of the earth; it descends down to the sea along hairpin turns, following rivers and streams.
It was historically called Maremma Pisana, because ancient rule of the Republic of Pisa, with the passing of years has been distinguished from the Livornese.
The biodiversity of the area is one of its main characteristics: flora and fauna but also fields and vineyards characterize these places with unique flavor where tradition is king.
Rows of grapes that will become great DOC wines, such as Sassicaia, Ornellaia, Masseto, Guado al Tasso, Biserno, from grains and cereals, to local fruits and vegetables, olives that will produce an excellent extra virgin oil, are the unique products of this land.