The art of “making wine”, Podere Gualandi use a method to intervene in the winemaking process as little as possible so that the “terroir” can express itself fully.
The wines are the result of thorough and careful research as well as hard work and dedication. The focus on rediscovering grapes of the region and applying ancient wine-making processes with a modern twist means these new wines offer the palate unique flavours of the past.

All it takes is one sip of Guido Gualandi’s wine to realize that they are the product of dedicated personal passion.

Guido Gualandi is an archaeologist specialising in Mesopotamian art, he has studied extensively ancient winemaking processes from the ancient Mediterranean. He is also a painter and Professor of History of Food and Wine in the Mediterranean. His wines are a reflection of his passion for history and for the land and nature of Tuscany.

He combines traditional Tuscan wine-making techniques, the ones that others have left behind for more industrial production methods, with a modern understanding of the wine-making process to produce a variety of unique wines.

Produced without the use of modern machinery, leaving aside industrial methods, these wines’ roots reach back centuries to Tuscany’s past.

Unlike current wines, which are made following modern canons of wine-making and too often result in similar flavours produced all over the world,

Gualandi seeks to offer you a genuine taste experience that remains faithful to the tradition of the land, the vineyards and the grapes that grow there. Guido specialises in old Tuscan grape variety such as Foglia Tonda, Pugnitello and old variety of Sangiovese such as the “abrusco”. These grape varieties were abandoned more than a century ago but thanks to the University of Florence have been re-discovered.