Poggio Rubino is ruled by Edward Corsi, his wife Alessandra Marzocchi , and Alessandra’s mother Roberta Salvadori.To visit Poggio Rubino on your holiday in Montalcino, and find out what else Montalcino has to offer, use our Montalcino.
Being a producer of Brunello is not a random decision. Succeeding in playing a leading role in such a premium landscape really means attesting to a way of being and living. Alessandra and Edward have accepted this life-long role, to live on and from this land, enhancing the value of their quality of life and lifestyle.
Edward grew up spending his life at the vineyard with the grandpa Giovanni, and at an early age realized his passion for wine. Over the years his devotion to wine has developed into a most discerning palate, which has been vital to the evolution of the family business.
Alessandra graduated at the University of Florence as agronomist. When she's not seeing to the day-to-day operations of the winery, in the office or doing tours, you can find Alessandra running her two kids, Veronica and Ascanio around Poggio Rubino. Her huge passion for design and photography brought her to designed the labels of Poggio Rubino giving vent to her artistic vein.
Roberta manages the tasting room and the kitchen, and she share her love of the property with winery guests. Her fondest memories date back to harvests as a little girl in the ancient Chianti Classico family farm. Roberta was also owned with the husband Germano Marzocchi the charming and historical Hotel Continental in the beautiful main street of Siena, Via Banchi di Sopra for a several years and she worked as a tour guide in her hometown, Siena and she is extremely knowledgeable about Siena’s history. Roberta is always interested in meeting people and exchange ideas and her passion for cooking! She makes hand made pasta and cakes every morning for our guests.
Poggio Rubino reviews
My visit to Poggio Rubino with two girlfriends was without a doubt a highlight of our “girls trip“ to Italy for cooking and wine tasting. We were warmly welcomed and treated royally throughout our... more »
The wines were all very nice. We all felt they were a bit pricier than similar bottelings/vintages at other wineries. The cellar is very nice and worth touring. The tasting room was however hot and..... more »
We stumbled across this stunning, family run, vineyard after being disappointed at another, more commercial, one in the area. Safe to say we were thoroughly delighted to end up here. The family were welcoming and the view was to die for. They had beautiful selection of wines and delicious platter to go with it (we ended up buying the balsamic that went with it because it was so good). If you want somewhere idyllic and welcoming then this is the place - thank you for a truly special afternoon.
We had a wonderful lunch and wine tasting here. For 45 euros per person to have a 3 course lunch, wine tour and tasting of 4 wines it was great value. Highly recommend this winery!
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