For decades the Fronti family has specialized in vineyard development and management for famous Tuscan wineries. The family also owned small vineyard plots in the Chianti Classico area, mostly in Radda with some in Gaiole, so it was natural that the younger generation would start to make wine from the family's vineyards. All of their vineyards have different features, but what they have in common is the elevation of around 500 meters (1,640 feet) with mostly limestone and alberese soils. The age of the vines vary between 10 to 30 years old. Always working naturally, their first wine was in 2009, with organic certification in 2016.
The grapes are manually harvested with maceration of 21 days in stainless steel. Malolactic fermentation occurs partly in stainless steel and partly in oak, and the wine spends 12 months in used Slavonian oak casks.
Aromatic nose carries scents of balsamic and dried herbs with a note of ripe plum. Black raspberry, cherry, and white pepper on the palate with good structure and a mineral driven finish.