Married a few years later to Massimiliano Majnoni d’Intignano, during the years of her management, Marcella built many of the structures that are still used today by the Farm: she built the granaries and cellars that are located under the large farmyard that looks towards San Gimignano from Vico. , the house and the cellar of the Avanella, expands many farmhouses and their annexes.
Marcella and Massimiliano’s sons, Stefano and Francesco Majnoni d’Intignano, face the complex issues resulting from the disappearance of sharecropping – when it was the settlers who made the cultivation decisions and managed the countryside, under the coordination of the farmer and the guard- and start the direct management of the owners. A transition that lasts about twenty years, from 1965 to 1985, during which the productive structure of the current farm is formed.
In 1985 it is Pietro, son of Francesco Majnoni d’Intignano, who takes over the management of the farm, after the removal of the last factor. During its management it clearly improves the company’s sustainability, passing to the organic cultivation method, raising the quality of the products and the economic stability.
Since 2019 he has been supported by his son Cesare, once he has completed his university and cellar training at various foreign companies. Today he follows the cellar, marketing and customer reception in the company.