“Poggio Morino” is the name for a hill, or knoll, and the place where Chianti wine was born. Located near the medieval town of Grosetto in the Maremma area of Tuscany, the winery sits on a rolling, 90 acre estate and is known for producing rich, ripe velvety wines. They are committed to following the best traditional winemaking methods and take pride in producing accessible wines that reflect the terrior of select vineyards in the Chianti DOCG zone.