With over 3,000 hectares of land throughout the Chianti Classico and Maremma wine territories,
the estates of Villa Le Corti (located in San Casciano Val di Pesa in the province of Florence) and
Tenuta Marsiliana (located in Manciano in the province of Grosseto) are among the oldest wineries in
Tuscany. Their roots go back to the 13th century.
The estates have been the property of the Corsini family for centuries, and their ancient history is
tightly interwoven with that of Tuscany and Italy.
In addition to the prestigious and renowned Chianti Classico, the estates produce a vast selection of
wines with traditional Tuscan grapes (sangiovese, colorino, and vermentino) and international
varieties that, over time, have become rooted in the Tuscan landscape (cabernet sauvignon, merlot,
petit verdot) and wine blends. The pride and joy of the estates is their extra virgin olive oil production,
certified organic since 1995.
Respect for nature, love of the land, tradition, passion, and innovation are the qualities that
distinguish the estates. Villa Le Corti and Tenuta Marsiliana produce wines with the goal of
transmitting, intact, the “terroir” to the bottle while maintaining the highest level of quality: elegant
and versatile wines that are perfectly adapted to all occasions, from the everyday to special