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To speak of Brunello does not only mean to tell about a wine, but to tell about Montalcino, about a world that can be felt in every bottle, in every glass and in every sip. The area around Montalcino is characterised by its contrasts. Northwest of this beautiful city you will find a particularly fertile soil that stretches over gently cultivated hills. South of Montalcino the landscape is sparser, almost wild, the cultivated fields have been taken from the large forests, habitat of wild boars and goats. This naturally influences the quality of the vineyards and the resulting products. The wines from the north are softer and "smother"The ones from the south, on the other hand, are more pronounced and alcoholic.
The combination of Brunello from the north and Brunello from the south produces a perfect wine. Val di Suga is the only winery in the small world of Montalcino that owns vineyards south and north of this charming city. The estate covers 70 hectares, 55 of which are covered with vineyards. The winery is equipped with the latest technology, but without losing sight of tradition. Oenologist Mario Calzolari is convinced that only the combination of both factors can lead to lasting success. The Val di Suga Winery has been awarded a number of prizes by the specialist press for its performance. More than 90 Parker points, 3 glasses in Gambero Rossothe, maximum ratings in Veronelliand in the Wine Spectatorare just some of the awards that the winery has received in recent times. SUPERIORE.DE
- Year of foundation: 1994
- Owner: Family Angelini
- Oenologist: Mario Calzolari
- Vineyard: approx. 55 hectares
- Conventional cultivation