Casa Lucii


Organic Wine

UE Biologico

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Prodotto toscano

Casa Lucii DOCG Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2023

Fresh and Floral. Perfect for Every Occasion

"...On the nose, it initially reveals fruit and yellow flowers, like peach and broom, followed by mineral notes and honey. In the mouth, it presents an unexpected structure and roundness, accompanied by great freshness and flavor..."

Technical Notes

Grape Variety: Vernaccia di San Gimignano
Alcohol Content: 12.5%
Bottles: 750 ml
Harvest Date: Early September
Bottling Date: March 2024
Market Release: March 2024
Aging Potential: Up to 3 years
Harvesting: Exclusively manual with grape selection
Vineyards: Located exclusively in the municipality of San Gimignano
Layer and Texture of the Soil: Hilly at 200-300m above sea level, medium-textured soil of Pliocene origin
Vinification and Ageing: Soft pressing of whole grapes, cold decantation, fermentation at controlled temperature. Refinement on fine lees in thermo-conditioned stainless steel and vitrified cement tanks.
Contains Sulfites

Wine and Vintage

"...Each year, to highlight the distinctive characteristics, we blend aromas from some vineyards with the concentration from others. The variable summer weather gave way to a splendid September, allowing us to harvest the grapes in optimal condition..."

Pairings and Serving Notes

Casa Lucii 2023 pairs well with both sea and land appetizers, saffron risottos, gnocchi, white meat dishes, fish, fresh cheese, and many ethnic and exotic dishes that emphasize freshness and simplicity. It’s also perfect as an aperitif.
Ideal Glass: Tulip-shaped goblet
Serving Temperature: 8-10°C


The label depicts the main building, historically a hospitable convent mentioned in a papal bull dated 1260. Today, the building, along with the farmhouse, barn, and cellar, forms the core of the farm and family estate. At the top center, the wind symbol represents the power of renewal. A red variant of this label exists for Chianti Fuscelli.