The organic farm of the Bertoli family covers an area of cultivated land equal to about 150 hectares, in addition to the land left in the woods.
Imagining to walk so far on a June day you can admire fields of wheat, alfalfa, clover, barley, oats, field beans, hay and far.
Two typical Tuscan farmhouses: the Bertoli family has always lived in one, the farmhouse apartments have been created in the other.
Two typical Tuscan stone farmhouses, one next to the other, in a large garden with swimming pool, children’s play area, a small restaurant for guests, a barbecue area, private parking. All in a dominant position with a view that extends to the sea.
THE CULTIVATED FIELDS
150 hectares of fields of wheat, alfalfa, on, clover, barley, oats, field beans, hay, in addition to the land left in the woods.
These places have always been suitable for the cultivation of wheat. The hilly terrain of Santa Luce is alkaline and clayey: during the grain-cell the ears develop grains full and rich in nutrients, also thanks to the humid air that laps these hills from the sea.
THE OLIVE GROVES
Over 3000 plants on the farm allow us to produce our organic extra virgin olive oil.
In this natural paradise, dominated by a hill (400 m asl) besieged by olive trees, there are the olive groves of the “La Ghiraia” company, illuminated by the sun (and irradiated by the climate) of the nearby Tyrrhenian Sea. The oil is obtained from cultivars of Moraiolo, Frantoio, Leccino and Pendolino.