The requisites that permit a wine to be called “Chianti Classico DOCG” are the provenance from a given territory of central Tuscany; and the strict adherence to all the rules of the production regulations established by the Consortium. A fundamental requisite is that the wine will be made by a minimum amount of 80% Sangiovese, the red variety typical of the zone. Among the principal sensory characteristics that a wine must have in order to be a Chianti Classico, as indicated by the production rules, is the ruby red color that can become intense and profound; the scent must offer floral notes of violets and irises, combined with a typical character of red fruit. The flavor is harmonious, dry, and sapid with a good level of tannin that thins as time goes by, becoming soft and velvety.

The laws of kosher food originate in the Bible, and have been observed by Jews for over 3,300 years.
Kosher wine is grape wine produced according to Judaism's religious law, i.e. the suitability of a food for a Jew, according to the dietary laws established in the Torah. To be considered kosher, Sabbath-observant Jews must be involved in the entire winemaking process and any ingredients used must be kosher. Wine that is described as "kosher for Passover" must have been kept free from contact with grain, bread and dough.
Established in 1935, the OK Kosher Certification is one of the world’s most respected symbols of kosher approval.

Organic farming is a production method defined and regulated at EC level by the EC Reg. 834/07, EC Reg 889/08, and at Italian national level by the Ministerial Decree (D.M.) 220/95. In organic farming synthetic chemical substances (such as fertilizers, weeding chemicals, antifungi, insecticides and pesticides in general) or Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) cannot be used.
The crop protection is mainly done by selecting species resistant to pests and with appropriate cultivation techniques.
Organic farming is also a model of sustainable development that improve the quality of the resources of local communities, helping them face global competition.


In Italian Terra means both soil, land and earth, and Seta means silk, while it is also part of the family name. This brand represents therefore the core of the Della Seta-Pellegrini family's philosophy ad goal, which is to obtain traditional, excellent, and refined products from their unique land property.


Since 2001, Terra di Seta winery is part of a family-run organic farm conducted by Daniele Della Seta and his wife Maria Pellegrini. The farm is on a hill near Siena, about 1,574 feet above sea level, with a 360 view on the Tuscan countryside of the famous Chianti Classico area.

While the Della Setas come from an ancient Jewish family settled in Rome since 2000 years, the Pellegrinis are an old Tuscan family with strong tradition and experience in wine production.

Since the 2008, the Pellegrini-Della Seta family decided to dedicate the whole grape production (around 37 acres of vineyards) to kosher wine (OK certification): they built a new cellar, with advanced technologies, especially conceived to facilitate some traditional kosher procedures without compromising the high quality level of their wine, so typical of the Chianti Region.

With the same strong combination of care, tradition and technology, the family business produces extra-virgin olive oil and kosher for Passover honey, and it organizes a farm holiday accommodation [].

The only completely kosher winery in Tuscany !


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