San Felice's cultural roots go back to the region's ancient Etruscan origins. The property passed through the hands of many
owners, including the Church and various local families, eventually falling under the supervision of the late managing director,
Enzo Morganti. He restructured and transformed San Felice, concentrating on high quality winemaking and systematic
scientific research. Today, San Felice continues this tradition under winemaker Leonardo Bellacini. Respect for tradition is
united with avant-garde viticultural research and experimentation, carried out on 44 acres of vineyards in conjunction with the
Department of Horticulture of the University of Florence. In 1968 San Felice released Vigorello, the first Super-Tuscan, years
before they became fashionable. Both traditional Chianti Classico and innovative Tuscan blends, all of which are estate grown
and bottled, round out the portfolio.