An Estate of 120 hectares of which 60 under organic vine: Cantine Dei has fie unique vineyards with distinctive characteristics. Bossona (400 meters a.s.l.) and La Piaggia (400 meters a.s.l.) produce two important cru; the first vineyard is characterized by a superficial layer of sand and stuff with a substratum of fossils and stone and the second by sand and sandstone. The La Ciarliana soil (300 meters a.s.l.) has a clay composition as well as Cervognano (250 meters a.s.l.). The Martiena is also mostly composed of sand and sandstone. Completely surrounded by the vineyards, the new winery was built entirely of travertine marble. The contemporary architecture harmoniously blends with the rolling hills of Montepulciano. For 3 generations, the Dei Family has been profoundly linked to this territory and its rich resources. In addition to making Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, the family business is involved in extracting travertine marble from the quarries in Rapolano Terme.