The art of David Tremlett meets the Ghizzano Estate: this is how a work of art was born to the Estate of Ghizzano so inspired by the “Via di Mezzo” project from which the wine takes its name. The project is a conceptual composition inside of which can be mounted the labels of these two exquisite wines.discover the "Via di Mezzo" project
Tenuta di Ghizzano, following a period of research and experimentation, adopted Drunk Turtle cocciopesto
egg fermenters and Tava terracotta amphorae to launch a new project, Mimesi, a portfolio with, at the
moment, a first all-Sangiovese, TERRE DI PISA ROSSO DOC, and our all-Vermentino IGT COSTA
These two types of amphorae are, in fact, perfectly coherent with our winemaking philosophy, which underscores respecting and heightening the character and purity of the fruit and fully expressing the terroir that produces it.
The Venerosi Pesciolini garden is in itself a theatre of memories.
In the summer, the garden comes to life playing host to the festival ‘La Verde Armonia’, or ‘Green Harmony’. The festival organizes evenings which bring together art, food and wine. The garden is a typical Italian formal garden with enchanting geometric characteristics and perfect symmetry. It lies at the foot of the main villa, facing south and on a slight slope and reflects the beauty of the late renaissance style.
In 2001 we started hospitatlity through our Agriturisimo. We have lovingly restored and furnished some of the farm houses on the Estate in full respect of their history and they now offer wonderful, quality accommodation –welcoming yet elegant.
Four farm houses surrounded by green hills of Pisa along the wine road, near the burg of Ghizzano, once coveted castle to its strategic position: the hills and near the Francigena Way.