Renzo bought the San Martino a Cecione estate near the castle of Panzano in Tuscany originally because it included a bakery. He wanted to bake his own bread and planted wheat. Later, in addition to olive trees, six hectares of vineyards were added, which Marinai cultivated organically. It was only a matter of time before he started to grow wine, because the Renzo Marinai estate is located in the heart of the Chianti Classico region. It is more of a representative of the modern style and shines with juicy berry and cherry fruit, herbal and tobacco spices, play, cut and sustainability.