Through the centuries, agriculture has been a determining factor in the history, the landscape and the culture of this part of Tuscany, and Tenuta Poggio alla Sala is a perfect example of this.
The estate covers a total of 98 hectares, of which 38 hectares are planted with vines. The cultivation of vineyards and olive groves on the hillsides, contribution to the reclamation of the Valdichiana, the creation of a functioning water system in the early 19th century, and participation in the "Tuscan Silk Road" are the historical antecedents of the productive life of the farm today, concentated above all on the production of wine and oil.
Carefully selected, native vines cultivated in optimum production areas favour a characteristic production with the objective of enhancing quality and biodiversity, which the terroir and the experience of the Gattavecchi family succeed in exalting. Since 1997, indeed, Luca and Gionata Gattavecchi, fouth generation wine producers from Montepulciano, have dedicated themselves with enthusiasm to cultivating those values that Tenuta Poggio alla Sala has been able to preserve over the centuries.