The La Lama farm extends for only five hectares on the Chianti hills, between Siena, the Malena and the Arbia, at an altitude of 350 meters above sea level. The earth and the climate are ideal for the cultivation of the vine and the olive tree. Giulio Campani, former bank manager, bought the compendium in 1969 to give vent to the passion of winemaker and olive grower. Since that year the Campani family has dedicated itself to improving the company and making it competitive in the production of wine. After years of preparation, the Chianti Classico and IGT called Caliptra were bottled. The small size of the farm (the vines do not exceed two hectares), allow special attention to the grapes, from flowering (from forming, that is caliptra) to the harvest and, then, subsequently, up to the phase of racking. Aging takes place inside an ancient underground cellar, to which nothing has been added, except, naturally, the small oak barrels of 6 and 10 hl. and the tonneaux, in which the wine rests, to reach the required maturation. The dexterity creates the best product, although the techniques of processing are cutting-edge (calibrated scraping machine ad hoc, low pressure press, use of suitable pumps, cleaning systems and hygiene of suitable vessels, etc., etc.). Everything is personally supervised by the owners as a result of the current manager Tiziana Atzeni Campani, daughter in law of the "promoter" Giulio who together with his wife Susanna started the business.