If Castellina in Chianti is one of the qualitative epicentre of the Chianti Classico area, than Nerento is the equivalent of Trasqua. An exemplary vineyard, the best for the quality of the grapes, the favorite one of Trasqua.

Here human and natural endeavours have created a harmonious fusion, perfecting harvest after harvest the quality of the grape symbol of the Chianti Classico: the sanguis Jovi of the Romans, today known as Sangiovese.


The history of Nerento is a baptism of excellence.

Known and identified since ancient times, it received its consecration in 1854, when it was mentioned in the cadastral maps as a prestigious plot. The etymology of the name refers to the particular geological construction of the area, given that the area was referred to as "Black Rocks".


The Sangiovese grapes, here, are crunchy, with a sharp taste and absolute freshness.

The fact that the soil of Nerento has a rich structure composed of Alberese (limestone) and of Galestro (marl), with sand pebbles and silt the Sangiovese - which is the only grape planted here – is forced into producing its best.

It is vinified in purity to produce the Nerento Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Docg, a single vineyard which is the summary and essence of the terroir of Villa Trasqua, a wine at the height of the denomination creating emotions out of time in its long life span.