A love affair with Italy that bears fruit
Montecalvi was once part of Castello di Uzzano, the estate of the family of Niccolò da Uzzano, a Florentine politician and “Gonfaloniere di Giustizia”, an office held by one of the nine citizens who formed the Signoria in early Renaissance Florence. Castello di Uzzano has been making wine since at least the 14th Century.
An unmistakable sense of place
Montecalvi's intimate size lies behind the success of our three wines. We know our vineyards like the back of our hand, helping us to tend to each, row by row, vine by vine, bunch by bunch. It is the only way we can ensure that, by the time harvest comes around, the grapes arriving in our cellar are the very best the year can bring.