At 300 mt above sea level, M12367 farm stretches over 35 hectares of land mid-way between Florence and Greve in Chianti. M12367 was the first farm holding to open its gates on the sweet hills of the Chianti Classic-Gallo Nero DOCG wine producing area,among 14 hectares of vineyard and olive trees.
The old dwelling dates back to the 16th century, but it was only in 1849, with the extension of the farm and the construction of the villa, that the Bucciolini family started their agricultural business, which is thriving, today. The name M12367 derives from a plant, very similar to the thistle, which was very common in this area. It was used by shepherds to coagulate milk and produce pecorino (sheep milk) cheese. It was found to be more digestible than the pecorino cheese produced using animal rennet.
There are 8 separate apartments, full equipped with kitchen, bathroom and living from 1 to 5 people. In the apartment is also included linens and heating.Two of the apartments have a private garden.