AGRITURISMO CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA – OLIO DI OLIVA
OIL OF SUSANNA
The farm produces extra virgin olive oil, grown and produced in Castiglione d’Orcia – Siena
Territory better known as Val d’Orcia
The Val d’Orcia is a wide valley located in Tuscany, in the province of Siena and partly within that of Grosseto, north and east of Mount Amiata and near the border with Umbria.
The valley is an important – nature park artistic and cultural – July 2, 2004 was recognized World Heritage Site by UNESCO
Crossed by the river Orcia, which gives its name is known in addition to the characteristic landscape views and original medieval centers, for the food and wines, Pici, the Cinta Senese, Pecorino di Pienza, the Brunello di Montalcino and the new name wine Doc Orcia.
The Val d’Orcia is an area made up of villages and towns such as:
Castiglione d’Orcia, Pienza, San Quirico d’Orcia, Montalcino, Montenero d’Orcia, Radicofani, Bagno Vignoni, Bagno San Filippo, Vivo d’Orcia, Cutignano, Monticchiello, Rocca d’Orcia, Montegiovi, Campiglia d’Orcia…
EXCELLENT year for oil OIL
2015 was a banner year for the Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
A hot summer and a rainy autumn with reading is the perfect combination for an abundant harvest is of excellent quality.
This result is even more remarkable when a Oliveto is managed with all-natural techniques
“that go beyond the practice of biological”
Respect nature – following a system of natural farming –
Especially in a place where we do not absolutely need it, do not use any type of chemical fertilization, any kind of medication, but only a particular pruning that allows the plant to live in a constant balance.
The sun, air, soil of this area fantastic and pristine,
It is the fundamental basis for a plant to grow in a natural way and the way nature intended,
this same plant will bear fruit and a healthy OIL excellent quality.
Farmhouse San Luigi
is located on the beautiful Maremma coast – between Marina di Grosseto and Castiglione della Pescaia
Susanna and Vanni both grew up on farms, which as adults they took over from their parents. Susanna’s farm Podere Cetina lies in the province of Siena, close to Monte Amiata Scalo. Whilst Vanni’s farm Podere Cernaia lies in the province of Grosseto close to the sea. The two properties make together for a surface of 57 hectares…