Terre di Casole

Terre di Casole

43° 20' 00" N


11° 07' 00" E




about this subregion

The Terre di Casole DOC, nestled in the heart of Tuscany, is a testament to the profound relationship between wine and its environment. This region, with its rolling hills and ancient history, offers a distinctive terrain that has long been revered for its capacity to produce wines of unparalleled character.

The soils of Terre di Casole are rich with a mosaic of minerals, bequeathed by nature's millennia-long geological dance. This fertility, combined with the gentle embrace of the Mediterranean climate – with its warm summers and mild winters – has paved the way for vineyards to flourish.

Sangiovese, the region's most planted red grape variety, is emblematic of the Tuscan identity. In Terre di Casole, this varietal reaches new depths, producing wines with a harmonious balance between acidity and tannins, characterized by notes of cherry, plum, and subtle earthiness. The Sangiovese's versatility also allows it to be the cornerstone in many of the region's blends, where it intertwines with other varietals to create symphonies of flavor.

Chardonnay stands as the reigning white grape, its international acclaim finding a unique expression in this DOC. The vines capture the essence of the land, resulting in wines that harmonize citrus and floral notes with a delicate minerality.

In Terre di Casole DOC, every sip tells a story of its environment: an ode to the land, the climate, and the passionate hands that nurture every vine.


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Vineyard Hectares



2000 - 2200


Discover Terroir

The DOC Terre di Casole, located in the Tuscany wine region, covers the extreme west of the province of Siena. It encompasses a mountainous area in the administrative territory of Casole d'Elsa, which begins in the foothills of the Montagnola Senese and ends at the border with the province of Pisa.

The climate of the DOC is Mediterranean, with good temperature variation between day and night. The average annual temperature varies between 14°C and 15.3° C, while the average annual rainfall varies between 850 and 950 mm.

Regarding soils, the ones that predominate are made up of sand and clay and have a loamy-skeletal texture, while the Pede-Montagnola Senese region has a finer texture.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Sangiovese

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Chardonnay

Within the Terre di Casole DOC, a quartet of exceptional wines captures the essence of this Italian terroir.

Bianco, a masterpiece blend led by a minimum of 50% Chardonnay, intertwines with other authorized non-aromatic white grapes. This composition weaves together a tapestry of flavors, unveiling a white wine with a delicate balance of fruity and floral notes that dance on the palate.

Rosso, an embodiment of tradition, harmoniously blends 60–80% Sangiovese grapes with other authorized non-aromatic red varieties. The result is a red wine that exudes the character of the land, offering a symphony of red fruit flavors and a touch of spice.

Rosso Riserva, a pinnacle of excellence, mirrors the essence of Rosso but with a heightened depth and complexity. Crafted from the same blend of Sangiovese and other red grapes, its extended aging imparts layers of elegance, making it a wine of distinction.

Passito, a treasure of sweetness, showcases a minimum of 50% Chardonnay alongside other authorized non-aromatic white grapes. This dessert wine captivates with its luscious profile, embodying a symphony of ripe fruits and honeyed richness.

In the Terre di Casole DOC, the Bianco, Rosso, Rosso Riserva, and Passito wines beckon with an invitation to savor the essence of the region's grapes and terroir. Each bottle is a testament to the artistry of winemakers who skillfully capture the spirit of Terre di Casole in every sip.