The adventure of the Rigoloccio winery began in 2002 when two Maremma Doc friends bought 23 hectares of land at the foot of Monte Calvo near the village of Gavorrano.
In a place where Majestic cork and centuries-old olive trees surround 9 hectares to be used as vineyards, the choice is immediately audacious, planting Bordeaux vines, of international fame, but with all the Supertuscan temperament.
Agronomist Pierre Marie Guillaume and Winemaker Fabrizio Moltard joined the project, understanding the potential of the territory and the focus on French varieties.
The choice was successful, with Rigoloccio becoming one of the most representative companies of the Consorzio Tutela Vini della Maremma Tuscany, as evidenced by the national and international awards received.
In 2017, the winery underwent a radical revolution, with a change of ownership that gave way to a profound structural renewal that involves every single aspect, from the architectural one to that of the manufacturing processes and company organization.