As the famous castle-class castle estate in Italy, Corraz Winery stands in the Tuscany region for more than 600 years. It has undergone a change of property rights for hundreds of years, and it has changed dramatically until it was officially acquired by the Marche brothers in 1933. The winery has a total of 400 hectares of land, of which about 25 hectares are used to grow wine grapes. The majestic winery building is located on the hilltop terrace, and the entire project is attributed to the masterpiece of Michelangelo Buonarroti, who has created numerous fine murals inside the winery. The design of the exterior has been altered to make it one of the greatest architectural art of the region.
In the early 1990s, the oldest wine-making family in Italy, the current head of the Flower Butterfly family, Lamberto Flower, officially entered the winery, and successfully carried out a comprehensive industry for the Corraz winery. The upgrade aims to produce fine wines with individuality and quality. The management of the vineyard is aimed at external conditions such as soil and climate, and pursues the organic combination of the terroir and the humanities. It is expected to convey a true heritage of awe-inspiring nature to future generations.