Stefano Dini is an agronomist working mainly in Tuscany in his native Italy. He graduated from the University of Florence in Agricultural Sciences and Technology.


2003 – 2004: First working experiences in the laboratory and cellars of the Col d’Orcia estate in Montalcino.

2004: degree in Agricultural Sciences and Technology at the University of Florence

2004 – 2005: working experience at the Chalmers vine nursery, New South Wales, Australia

2005: Research grant and collaboration with the Department of Fruit and Vegetable Cultivation of the Agricultural Faculty of the University of Florence

2005 – 2008: Consultant in agronomy with the Matura Group.

2009 onwards: consultant in agronomy and partner of the Matura Group, working in particular in the following geographical areas: Tuscany: Chianti, Chianti Classico, Montalcino, Montepulciano, Carmignano, Maremma; Umbria; Emilia-Romagna; Sicily; Puglia; Hungary: Tokaj, Villany, Somló; Australia.

2010: work with a development project – participation in the cooperative program in Uruguay “the United Nations Development Program” UNDP

2010: participation as an international judge in “Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show”;

2010: speaker at the seminar “Think Global, Plant Local” – Australian Society of Viticulture, Mildura, NSW, Australia.

Since 2011: Founding partner of the association Genus Agri, an organization qualified to work as consultants as part of the program “PSR Toscana” (Program of Rural Development in Tuscany).