Morisfarms estates in the Tuscan Maremma

The Poggetti Estate

The Poggetti Estate is the Moris family's historic property in the Tuscan Maremma.  Situated at an elevated position just 10 minutes from the Bay of Follonica, the property boasts spectacular views of pristine agricultural plots and the islands of Elba and Montecristo beyond.  

Here, the Moris family produces olive oil, durum wheat and wines from the IGT Toscana and DOC Maremma Toscana appellations.

Just a short walk away is Santa Laura, the Moris family's elegant and discreet country resort, a haven for those looking to escape into the Tuscan countryside.


The Poggio La Mozza Estate

The Moris family's second estate was founded in 1971 and its 35 hectares of vineyards are dedicated exclusively to the production of Morellino di Scansano DOCG, Classico and Riserva.  Both these wines take advantage of the estate's sandy, alluvial soil, making for elegant and structured wines with soft tannins.

Poggio la Mozza also houses the Morisfarms barrel room where wines from both estates are refined in French oak.

It is possible to visit the Poggio La Mozza Estate by reservation only.


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The Coast of Southern Tuscany

Maremma comprises the SouthWest portion of Tuscany which is known for its pristine agricultural plots, vast forested area, and sun-drenched coastline.

The Moris family owns two different estates, one in Scansano named, "Poggio la Mozza" and the historic property near Massa Marittima, "the Poggetti Estate", both in their beloved Maremma. The two estates have notably different soil types and exposures which allows Morisfarms the versatility of creating a broad range of wines. The family's legacy in the area has endeared them to the local market due to their shared history of developing the land and sense of pride in their local products of the highest quality. To this day, the local market remains one of Morisfarms' strongest markets worldwide.

Though Sangiovese is the dominant grape across the two estates, different soil compositions of clay and sand allow the Moris family to create dynamic wines with distinct personalities and flavor profiles.