The estate “Podere Anima Mundi” is situated in Usigliano, in the heart of the hills of Lari, a small tuscan borgo, just few kilometers from Pisa.
“Purity” means being natural and respecting the terroir. Our wines are pure because they are produced from of one variety of grape, without mixtures or additions. They tell us about the region, the climate, the soil and the air – they express this unique and perfect combination.
To produce our wines, we follow the rules of biodynamic farming and the rhythms of nature: the seasons, the climate and the natural balance between the soil and the plants. In the whole production process, we respect the nature and we act up on biodynamic principles, in order to express the quintessence of the terroir.
Marta grew up in Poland and in France. She remembers running as a kid along her uncle’s vineyard. In 2008 she moved with her family to Tuscany.
Marta has a Phd in Philosophy and taught for several years at the university. She also got thorough wine education accomplishing wine management studies and many courses in wine making, wine tasting, biodynamic farming.
Since the beginning she believed that wine is a product of the nature and of the mankind.
Marta was wondering how to work with all the beautiful, but abandoned vineyards around her new Tuscan home and decided to follow the rules of the biodynamic agriculture at all steps of wine making. Also, she has chosen to produce only monovarietal wines, which she considers the best way to express the terroir of each grape and wine.
Marta’s wines are influenced by her French origins: she thinks that the terroir is the most important factor in wine.