Tunia is a company that rises in Val di Chiana and takes its name from the most Important Etruscan God. Founded in 2008 by three young people, Chiara Innocenti and her brothers Francesca and Andrea Di Benedetto. Chiara graduated in economics deals with the business, Francesca biologist and oenologist deals with production and finally Andrea who follows the strategic and commercial aspects. It covers an area of 25 hectares, of which 3 are olive trees and 15 are vineyards. 11 hectares of vineyards were planted in the seventies with typical Chianti vines; Sangiovese, Colorino, Canaiolo and Trebbiano. From 2008 onwards, the work was to improve the vineyards through grafts on old plants, thanks to the help of a 75-year-old mage graft, and the introduction of new strains to increase the number of Strains per hectare. Soil management is absolutely biological, also aided by the winds that spin in the area that can contain the attacks of oid and mildew. In the cellar, work is carried out naturally without the addition of any chemical, using only native yeasts apart from a small amount of sulphites at the time of bottling. The wines produced are the Chiassobuio produced with Sangiovese, the Cantomoro obtained with Cabernet Sauvignon, the Rosary Chiaroscuro from Cabernet Sauvignon, the White Chiarofiore macerated with Trebbiano and Vermentino, the Trebbiano Spumante Substrate and a Vin Santo obtained from Trebbiano grapes.