Rascioni and Cecconello Shop

Come and visit us

Rascioni e Cecconello Shop. Come and visit us. Our company invites you for a Wine taste experience in Tuscany. Possibility of direct sale.

Like the organic wines we produce, accompanied by selected nio products.

Native vines such as Ciliegiolo but also Vermentino and Sangiovese, all organic and all worked in purity.

If you can’t do it all in one day, don’t worry, we have the farmhouse..

The Rascioni e Cecconello company is the expression of its territory rich in perfumes and emotions.

Particularly evident is the varied panorama rich in shades, typical of our territory, perfectly reflected by its Ciliegiolo.

Especially if we start from the blue of the sea, ending with the dark green of the Mediterranean maquis.

Tastings are the fundamental starting point to fully savor all these aspects.

The possibility of accessing our direct sale in the cellar offers the possibility of adding value to your visit.

A taste convinces more than many words.

Our Winery

Choosing a product always begins with viewing it and in the case of a wine, tasting is essential..

Furthermore, in order to fully appreciate its nuances, it needs to be accompanied with the right flavours.

The cheeses and cured meats that accompany our tastings in the winery offer all of this.

Perfumes that you will find in our wines.

Our territory

The production vineyards have an extension of about 7 hectares with Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo and Vermentino.

The hilly terrain on which they are born is of medium texture with a high percentage of skeleton, an important factor that gives remarkable freshness to the grapes.

The training system is Guyot with 3,800 plants per hectare and a load of 12 buds per vine.

All the cultivation operations in the vineyard, including the harvest, are carried out manually without the aid of machinery.

The pesticide treatments and fertilizations respect the biological protocol.

All the production phases (care of the vineyard, vinification, bottling) are carried out by Emanuele and Sabrina in collaboration with A. Pagli, G. Cesari and Stefano Dini