Three slopes accommodate the Val di Suga vineyards (Vigna Spuntali, Vigna del Lago, Poggio al Granchio), each one produces a specific expression of Brunello di Montalcino.
Thanks to a style that combines the past and present, both classic and contemporary.
Montalcino is in the splendid Val d’Orcia, in the heart of Tuscany, a hilly area of farm landscape rich in history and beauty, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004. Just one large hill, mainly covered in Mediterranean scrub, where vineyards, olive groves, arable land and looser soils alternate with stonier ones, especially galestro and alberese.
Three different exposures and geologies gives us three completely different interpretations of Sangiovese, which attest to the value of these territories and produce three great crus – Vigna del Lago, Poggio al Granchio and Vigna Spuntali -, as well as a blend, the Brunello di Montalcino, which perfect balances the three terroirs.
The first time the Spuntali farm appears in the church tithe register, written as “Spoltali”
The first vintage of Brunello di Montalcino Val di Suga
Hectolitres contained in the truncated-cone shaped vats used for ageing Poggio al Granchio