Tenuta di Biserno is a 90-hectare estate situated in coastal western Tuscany, hidden amongst the hills of Bibbona in the Upper Maremma. The vineyards are planted at 6,500 vines per hectare, with grass between the rows to restrict the young vines’ natural vigour. One aspect of terroir, often overlooked, is luminosity. Biserno enjoys excellent light, and benefits from both perfect exposure to the sun, as well as cooling sea breezes. The estate already exercises very high maintenance and disciplined, sustainable, agriculture with minimum intervention. Marchese Lodovico Antinori, founder originally of the Ornellaia estate plant Bordeaux varietals in the Bibbona vineyards. There is a highly individual parcel of land in the estate, which produces wines of a very particular character and personality.