Tenuta Collazzi, a renowned Italian art chateau, stood in Tuscany for more than 600 years, undergoing property rights changes and changes over the centuries until he was formally acquired by the marche brothers in 1933. The winery has a total land area of 400 hectares, of which about 25 hectares are used to grow wine grapes. The grand and magnificent winery building is located on the terrace at the top of the hill, and the entire project is attributed to the work of Michelangelo Buonarroti, who created numerous exquisite murals inside the winery and altered its appearance to make it one of the greatest architectural art in the region.

In the early 1990s, lamberto huasti, the current head of Italy's oldest wine family, took the helm of the chateau and successfully upgraded Tenuta Collazzi in an all-round way, aiming to produce a quality wine with unique character. The management of the vineyard aims at the external conditions such as soil, climate and environment, and pursues the organic combination of landscape and humanity, hoping to deliver a sincere legacy of awe to future generations.