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Philosophy

``Every man is called to give love to the work of the hands. Every man is called to be an artist.” The small family farm is one of the last places—they are getting rarer every day—where men and women can answer that call to be an artist, to learn to give love to the work of their hands. It is one of the last places where the maker is responsible, from start to finish, for the thing made. This certainly is a spiritual value, but it is not for that reason an impractical or uneconomic one. In fact, from the exercise of this responsibility, this giving of love to the work of the hands, the farmer, the farm, the consumer, and the nation all stand to gain in the most practical ways. They gain the means of life, the goodness of food, and the longevity and dependability of the sources of food.``

Wendell Berry

Terredagoli

Mirko Dagoli – entrepreneur, eonologist and agronomist; it is no coincidence his first steps as a toddler were in his grandfather’s vineyard in the Marche region. At the age of 31 Mirko decided to invest his passion, heritage and grape variety to the Chianti and Chianti Classico region.
Mirko’s ambition combined with a desire for excellence paved the way of a renovation process. A project of innovation, not only in terms of technology and architecture but conceptual as well.
Set in motion in 2018 the company transferred to Laterina Pergine Valdarno, which ensures the production of high quality wine.
In a poetic gesture, the first step of revamping what was essentianly an abbandoned warehouse, was to plant a Iris flower. It is the emblem of re-birth and to this day continues to grow along with Mirko’s project.

Vineyard

“La Faggeta” is the company’s flagship wineyard; for the first years of production, this wineyard gave its name to all the company’s wines. Year by year, several wineyards were added to the property, but to date, La Faggeta still accounts for the majority of production. What started as 14 hectares of vineyards expanded to 70 hectars and a launch into the Tuscan ‘terroir’ renowned for wine-making. All the wineyards yeld the Tuscany varieties of excellence: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay.

The Cellar

The warehouse which extends to 2000 m2 caters for the entire life-cycle of the production of wines from receiving & stocking the grapes to bottling & packaging of the final product.
The cantine reinvigorates an industrial area well known in Italy’s history: Campo 82 of Laterina.

Cantine Terredagoli expresses its passion through continuing to create a product of the highest of qualities. This is achieved through constant research on grape selection, types of cultivation, fermentation methods, temperature control and innovative technologies for producing and refining the wine.
Respecting the ‘terroir’ and ecosystem is company prerogative an area that the company has and continues to invest in.

il lavoro della terra

Philosophy

“Every man is called to give love to the work of the hands. Every man is called to be an artist.” The small family farm is one of the last places—they are getting rarer every day—where men and women can answer that call to be an artist, to learn to give love to the work of their hands. It is one of the last places where the maker is responsible, from start to finish, for the thing made. This certainly is a spiritual value, but it is not for that reason an impractical or uneconomic one. In fact, from the exercise of this responsibility, this giving of love to the work of the hands, the farmer, the farm, the consumer, and the nation all stand to gain in the most practical ways. They gain the means of life, the goodness of food, and the longevity and dependability of the sources of food.”

Wendell Berry

Terredagoli

Mirko Dagoli – entrepreneur, eonologist and agronomist; it is no coincidence his first steps as a toddler were in his grandfather’s vineyard in the Marche region. At the age of 31 Mirko decided to invest his passion, heritage and grape variety to the Chianti and Chianti Classico region.

Mirko’s ambition combined with a desire for excellence paved the way of a renovation process. A project of innovation, not only in terms of technology and architecture but conceptual as well.

Set in motion in 2018 the company transferred to Laterina Pergine Valdarno, which ensures the production of high quality wine.

In a poetic gesture, the first step of revamping what was essentianly an abbandoned warehouse, was to plant a Iris flower. It is the emblem of re-birth and to this day continues to grow along with Mirko’s project.

vigneto con grappolo d'uva

Wineyard

“La Faggeta” is the company’s flagship wineyard; for the first years of production, this wineyard gave its name to all the company’s wines. Year by year, several wineyards were added to the property, but to date, La Faggeta still accounts for the majority of production. What started as 14 hectares of vineyards expanded to 70 hectars and a launch into the Tuscan ‘terroir’ renowned for wine-making. All the wineyards yeld the Tuscany varieties of excellence: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay.

The Cellar

The warehouse which extends to 2000 m2 caters for the entire life-cycle of the production of wines from receiving & stocking the grapes to bottling & packaging of the final product.

The cantine reinvigorates an industrial area well known in Italy’s history: Campo 82 of Laterina.

Cantine Terredagoli expresses its passion through continuing to create a product of the highest of qualities. This is achieved through constant research on grape selection, types of cultivation, fermentation methods, temperature control and innovative technologies for producing and refining the wine.

Respecting the ‘terroir’ and ecosystem is company prerogative an area that the company has and continues to invest in.