Sustainability Report FY 2021

22 We respect our history through sustainable innovation We manage as if we were guardians We preserve value through regeneration We grow by sharing Methodological notes Annex Gretole is located in Castellina in Chianti and serves as the lodestar for all of Ruffino’s Chianti Classico production. Almost all of the vineyards produce our most representative wine: Riserva Ducale Oro Chianti Classico Gran Selezione. Greppone Mazzi consists in an eighteenth-cen- tury villa, whose vines grow in arid, almost drou- ght-like soil that drains well. This habitat is na- tural for a particular type of Sangiovese, known as Sangiovese Grosso, which is referred to locally as Brunello di Montalcino. Solatia, in Monteriggioni, has all the qualities needed to produce a Tuscan Chardonnay with a unique expression due to the distinctive terroir. We were one of the first producers to believe that it was possible to make a top Chardonnay in Tu- scany. Certain vineyards are planted with Pinot Grigio, which enjoys optimal soil and microcli- mate conditions here. The cellar is equipped with technology aimed at the specific requirements of white winemaking.