"Vigna Santa Margherita" Vernaccia di San Gimignano, 2012 - white dry wine produced in the fertile lands of Tuscany. To create a wine using grapes Vernaccia, which is grown and harvested from a site name - St. Margaret's vineyard. Vinification takes place in several stages: soft gentle pressing, alcoholic fermentation at a controlled temperature and aging of new wine on the natural lees for 5 months.
Giovanni Panizzi, being a native of Lombardy, first came to Tuscany at the age of 12 years. Junior Giovanni forever in love with Tuscany: its nature, the fertility of the earth, colors, scents, Sunrises and sunsets and, of course, people. In 1979 Giovanni bought the estate of Santa Margarita, located just outside the walls of San Gimignano - a small ancient town, the famous white wine from grapes Vernaccia. After years of experimentation, hard work and dedication of this, in 1989 Panizzi produced the first bottle of wine. From that time to this day at the winery uses innovative, revolutionary and innovative production techniques, as well as carefully preserved ancient traditions and secrets of creating the famous Tuscan wines. Panizzi was able to bring sheet music and trends in traditional taste Vernaccia and keep bright, distinctive features wines from this grape variety. His offspring is the only Tuscan white wine to be awarded the category DOCG - the highest category in the classification of Italian wines, which guarantees the geographical origin and method of production of wine. Wines that are included in the category DOCG, produced in strictly defined areas of Italy and on the technological process approved by ministerial decree.