Rascioni e Cecconello


Our Maremma:

Where the beauty of the sea blends with the history, culture and unmistakable scents of Tuscany

The Rascioni e Cecconello farmhouse is set in anenchanting setting in the Maremma, a picturesque region that stretches across the province of Grosseto, Tuscany.
Here, the long golden sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and green hills create a magical and picturesque atmosphere.

Legend has it that the Goddess Venus, the symbol of beauty, emerging from the wonderful waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea dropped seven pearls from her necklace, which later turned into the seven islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.

For lovers of the sea, Castiglione della Pescaia is one of the most popular places in the area: a seaside resort with an enchanting bay. The beach at Marina di Alberese, within the Maremma Regional Park, is another popular destination, ideal for those seeking tranquility and wanting to immerse themselves in the beauty of nature. Talamone beach, on the other hand, is the perfect place if you are into windsurfing and kitesurfing, as well as offering exciting water sports, it also provides breathtaking panoramic views.
If you want to enjoy the Tuscan sea to the fullest, explore the entire archipelago starting from Porto Santo Stefano.
Making our Maremma an even more magical place are the evocative sea caves, such as Grotta dell’Olio and Grotta Azzurra, which can be explored with guided tours.
The region’s evocative atmosphere is enriched by local history and culture, such as theancient Etruscan city of Roselle and the Archaeological Park of Cosa. Also not to be missed are the picturesque medieval villages of the Tuff Area, such as Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana, which will take you back in time.

Our Vineyards

Dominating the Rascioni and Cecconello farmhouse are our vineyards, which cover about 5 hectares and are cultivated with the Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo and Vermentino grape varieties.

Our vineyards dedicated to Sangiovese and Ciliegiolo cover about 4 hectares, with a density of 3800 plants per hectare. Each vine has 12 buds, and the hilly, medium-textured soil with a significant presence of skeleton contributes greatly to the freshness of the grapes.

Traditional methods and sustainable approach for an organic wine

On our farm, we adopt specialized cultivation methods for Ciliegiolo production, aiming to positively influence vine growth. We experiment with various “forms of farming” in order to maximize both quantity and quality of grapes, with our main choice being “Single Guyot.”

We are committed to tradition, but also to sustainability, with careful work in the vineyards that scrupulously respects natural cycles and a commitment to organic cultivation, using only organic substances for fertilization. Every stage of the production process, from vineyard care to winemaking and bottling, is carefully supervised by the Rascioni and Cecconello family, with advice from expert winemakers.

For Sangiovese, we adopt a training solution called “Cordone Speronato,” performing pruning after a few months of winter rest that leaves only one or two branches, maintained for four to five years, with only four spurs equidistant from each other. Subsequent pruning focuses on renewing the spur year after year. Our overall commitment is to ensure high quality wine production through careful and sustainable cultivation practices.

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