The painting represented on the label and present in the museum of Palazzo di Fraternita, symbolizes the ‘questua’ (the begging), a moment dedicated to the collection of offers in favor of the needy.

Questua is a modern wine based on Tuscan traditions: it is a blend of our Sangiovese with Cabernet Sauvignon. The result is a young wine that lends itself well to different pairings.

Fermentations are spontaneous with indigenous yeasts. The whole winemaking process, as for all our wines, is careful in respecting the “terroir”.

For this wine the vinification and aging take place in steel tanks and then it ends in bottle for at least 3/6 months.


Grape Variety: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon
Vineyard: medium-textured soil with the presence of marl.
Training system: spurred cordon
Vines per hectare: 4000-5000 vines per hectare
Altitude: 250 -300 meters above sea level
Vinification: fermentation in steel at a controlled temperature with indigenous yeasts for about 16 days.
Aging: stainless steel tanks and bottle aging for at least 3/6 months.
Tasting notes: garnet red color. On the nose notes of marasca cherry, blackberries and officinal herbs; on the palate it is soft with a light tannin. Ripe red fruit and a light finish of incense are found.
Food pairing: mature pecorino cheese, white meat sauces, polenta with cheese, stewed wild boar and stew.
Serving temperature: 18-20° C