The Montecucco area

The Ribusieri Agricultural Company sis located in the Montecucco area, in the municipality of Cinigiano, a few steps from the splendid Monte Amiata area. The presence of Monte Amiata, in fact, creates favorable climatic conditions for the cultivation of vines and olives in the hills that slope down towards the Ombrone valley. Just as the mountain itself is the ideal terrain for other products: chestnuts, pecorino, white veal meat, honey, truffles, mushrooms, saffron, salty biscuits, salami and wild boar sausage. The production area is therefore located within the province of Grosseto, in an area particularly suited to the production of quality wines. The territory, in fact, includes the municipalities of Cinigiano, Campagnatico, Civitella Paganico and part of the municipalities of Castel del Piano, Arcidosso, Seggiano and Roccalbegna. Finally, the wine-growing context is extremely qualified. This area is, in fact, surrounded by prestigious denominations such as Brunello di Montalcino, Morellino di Scansano, S. Antimo and Monteregio di MassaMarittima.



Mount Amiata
The area of Mount Amiata is enclosed between the provinces of Grosseto and Siena in the plain of the verdant Maremma. Monte Amiata is an ancient extinct volcano that dominates the Orcia and Paglia valleys, surrounded by an area rich in springs and small lakes of volcanic origin. The panorama that can be observed from the top of the mountain is in fact one of the most beautiful and impressive in all of central Italy. Especially on winter days or with favorable weather conditions. When the sky is clear and the climate is windy, the lakes of Bolsena and Trasimeno are visible. As well as some islands of the Tuscan archipelago, the plain of Maremma, the Metalliferous and Chianti hills. To finish at the heights of Umbria, Sabina and even the city of Rome. On the top of the mountain stands a monumental cross in wrought iron, 22 meters high, which represents a real point of reference. It is in fact visible both from the plains and from the surrounding valleys to the Tyrrhenian Sea. As well as from Umbria and the Val di Chiana. Walking along the verdant and relaxing paths that start from the remaining huts and go into the woods, you finally reach the highest peak of the mountain. There where a statue of the Madonna of the “scouts” is installed. Furthermore, a few kilometers away are easily reachable: Montalcino, Pienza, Montepulciano, Chianciano, Pitigliano, Sovana. As well as all the hilly outposts of the Maremma such as Cinigiano, Scansano, Massa Marittima.