Fattoria LaTorre became part of the Angiolini family in September 1960 when Alvaro Angiolini, father of Enrico purchased it following his passion for farming and hunting. In fact, the farm is spread over about 400 hectares including vineyards, olive groves and a small part dedicated to the hunting reserve.
In its initial period, the farm did not have actual vineyards as we understand them today but plots of land of different sizes intended for various crops and in turn surrounded by a row of vines and fruit trees.
Enrico Angiolini took over from his father in 1975, who has always been passionate about art in addition to being a landscape painter, and is one of the most important art collectors in Italy of the Macchiaioli artistic strand. His love of art is reflected in the labels of our wine; in both the DOC and DOCG lines, fragments of paintings that recall life in the Tuscan countryside are portrayed. For the two Vernaccia di San Gimignano wines in particular, two important paintings depicting female figures were chosen, a tribute to the elegance of the “White Queen.”
From the very beginning, Enrico is personally involved in winemaking, bottling and selling his wine, managing to increase production to 220/230 thousand bottles per year and positioning the company in both the Italian and foreign markets.
Today, Fattoria LaTorre is composed of a young and dynamic team that, under the leadership of Enrico Angiolini, succeeds in transmitting to its products the flavor of the values of the Farm of yesteryear.