Montecivoli was born in the early years of the twentieth century as a farm sharecropper of the Vivarelli Colonna Estate. This family was in fact the protagonist, at the beginning of the last century, of an important transformation action of the territory of Magliano in Tuscany, then mainly wooded. In 1992 two friends, Decio Oberholtzer and Francesco Prosperetti, took over the company and began a work of environmental requalification through the reforestation of 15 hectares, while the recovery of the old olive grove and the planting of the new vineyards allow the enhancement of the remaining surface. Our vineyards have traditional layouts, with a maximum of 3,500 plants per hectare, without irrigation. We started grafting the vines with material from old vineyards in the area and next to Sangiovese we now have a small amount of Alicante, which characterizes the blending of our wine. For us, this production style means allowing the vines to express their potential by directing production only through agronomic techniques and selective thinning. The absence of irrigation allows us to have a wine capable of expressing the characters of the year, each year different depending on the season.