The excellence of the wines does not come by chance. It is the result of experiences, encounters, of a work shared between people who "want to do", from love for the land and in firmly believing in the road that is being traveled. Strongly linked to the territory Palazzo Vecchio produces wines that come almost exclusively from the indigenous vines of the area such as Sangiovese Grosso also called Prugnolo Gentile, Canaiolo Nero and Mammolo and binds old vineyards, that of the Bosco is over sixty years old, to new modern plants specially studied and designed to optimize the incidence of the sun on the rows. Rosso di Montepulciano, Vin Santo and other wines including Rosso Cortona are added to the Vino Nobile and its three variations, the Selection, the Reserve and the vintage. Planted on land particularly suited to viticulture, as described by the soil pedological studies, the vineyards of Palazzo Vecchio have a south-south-west exposure, a rather unusual situation for Montepulciano, and have light hilly breezes that contribute to keeping the grapes healthy in the periods of development and maturation.