Borgo Santinovo is a small farm sorrounded by the hills in the Chianti Colli Senesi region. The long cipress driveway, sorrounded by vineyards and olive groves, make it a magical location. Since the Middle Ages, its strategic position dominating the Elsa valley and its closeness to the Via Francigena made Borgo Santinovo a highly coveted place.
Since 1989, it belongs to the Taddei family who completely regenerated it thanks to an accurate restoration.

In addition to the apartments in the agriturismo, which can boast six centuries of rural and military history, the farm is dedicated to the production of fine wines and to a small production of olive oil. In four hectares of land, the varieties of Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are grown.

The company philosophy is based on a combination of modern techniques and a careful, meticulous hand work. This is why the farm is equipped with a cutting-edge cellar and a a private weather station, but it also shows a clear preference for an accurate and exclusive hand work in the fields, from the pruning to the harvest.