The Wineyards

Tuscany has always been the land of highly valuable wines and contains a great wealth of biodiversity. It is the ideal place for cultivating traditional grapes.
The Fabbriche Palma estate extends across the hills of Arezzo’s Valdichiana over an area of 50 hectares: this includes about 11 hectares of Sangiovese and Colorino, Viognier, Traminer and Trebbiano, and the international varieties of Syrah and Merlot.

The production of our fine wines follows an authentic tradition: by taking advantage of exposure, calcareous soil, and a favorable microclimate, the care of our vines is rigorous and careful.

Our wines reflect the territory in which they are born, encapsulating the scents and beauty of Tuscany.


The ten hectares of the estate’s vineyards are located at an elevation of about 300 meters in sunny rows facing south-southwest, and planted on medium-textured limestone soil with the presence of stone.

The wine which we obtain here can fully express its power: the composition of the terroir lends itself magnificently to the production of white and red wines with excellent structure and elegance.

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Pruning the grapevine is essential to ensure the plant’s balance, the quality of its fruit, and its health. After the pruning process, the small cuts left on the vine will release some liquid which is colorless and rich in minerals. In jargon, this process is defined as “bleeding”. This is the vine’s response to the spring sun warming the soil, which pushes the dormant sap towards the ends of the severed canes.
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Flowering - Pollination

Following the grapevine bleeding, the entire circulatory system of the vine is active and under pressure, allowing the plant to bud: this is the germination which marks the beginning of growth. The development will finish towards the end of July. Over the months, leaves, knots, buds, clusters, and curls will form on the plant.
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As the sprout grows, simultaneously the cluster develops flowers. The vine heavily relies on cross-pollination by wind and by insects. Once fertilization has taken place, the development and ripening of the grape begins.
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The ripening phase precedes the grape harvest, which usually takes place between September and October. As the grape ripens, complex chemical processes take place which allow it to acquire the typical characteristics of the grape variety: only at this point can the grape be considered ripe and ready for harvest.

Our grape harvest


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