(La) Conca D’Oro, name given to an area in Panzano-in-Chianti, a locality (‘frazione’) in the far south of Greve-in-Chianti, on the west (left) bank of the Greve river. Vineyards in the Conca d’Oro (Golden Basin or Bowl) lie at altitudes of between 300-450 metres, whereas the majority of the vineyards in Greve, especially those along the river Greve which traverses the entire village from north to south, are at around 200-350 metres.
Soil | The soil comprises galestro mixed with sand and chalk.
Not to be confused with | The Concadoro winery in Castellina-in-Chianti.
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