The Farm

The Farmhouse “I Sodi” is situated in the heart of the Chianti Classico among its wooded hills halfway between the village of “Monti” and the Castle of “Brolio” in a hamlet called “S. Marcellino”.

It was built at the end of 1700. Its name “I Sodi” “Hard soil” probably derives from the fact that the house stands on a stony ground which is not tilled.
The house is built in the typical local architecture with a “loggia” with arches and a loft or dove-cot from where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the “Crete Senesi” and further on the “Monte Amiata”.

The Vineyards

The vineyards extend over about 12 hectares all located around the house with an optimal exposure that allows us to always have grapes with very homogeneous characteristics and with an always very good quality.

The desire for modernity must never make us forget all the excellent work done almost 50 years ago in planting the vineyards; for this reason the renewal of the vineyards was done only with a view to adapting to the new production regulations.

Our Wines

All our wines refine the right period of time in the bottle, for some this refinement can even exceed a year.

The Cellar

In the past, in the early 1800s, the building had a symmetrical shape with a raised central body and two perfectly identical wings.
In 2015 the new room for wine packaging was built, also equipping it with a new bottling machine.


Along with the winery, the company I Sodi owns an agriturismo named “Le Trappoline” located 2 km far from the winery.

It consists of two residential units, Villa Trappoline and Villa Sangiovese, each with its own swimming pool, reserved outdoor spaces and terraces with extraordinary views.