Col d’Orcia is a traditional producer of Brunello di Montalcino. The choice to continue using the large Slavonian oak barrels was taken many years ago, well before the debate between modernist and traditionalist producers even started.
Rosso di Montalcino is now a classic wine, made with pure Sangiovese grapes, released one year after the harvest so as to retain all the freshness and fruitiness of a young wine and at the same time the intensity that only the Montalcino terroir is capable of delivering.
The Salvetta brothers were the first to recognize the particular organoleptic characteristics of this product, and decided in 1974 to bottle with a cork stopper.
Today the organically produced Nosiola wine is a particularly structured and full-bodied wine.
Composed mainly of Chardonnay and Sauvignon grapes, harvested at full maturity from the vineyards located in the "Busa". Soft pressing and vinification in steel vats preserve its fragrance, resulting in a fresh and fragrant wine.
Represents a constant search for a wine that is the maximum expression of the grape variety in our land. Our best Chardonnay vineyards come from the Piscol and Tenno hills, with soft pressing, fermentation in used oak barrels and tonneaux, then aging on the lees for 9 months.
Merlot, Rebo and Cabernet Sauvignon come together in this vigorous and harmonious Cuveè. Fermentation with maceration in steel, aging for 12 months in used barriques and clay to obtain a fruity and juicy red.
REBO From a single vineyard in Arco with a very low yield per vine. Fermentation with maceration in steel, aging for 12 months in used barriques and clay. An indigenous variety of this area and which we are much fond of. We are constantly seeking to weaken the tendency to rusticity of this variety by converting it into energy and personality.
Born in the middle of the Tenno hills which are much suited for this variety. Soft pressing, fermentation in steel and used oak barrels, the result is a wine with a strong personality, the result of the contrast between the limestone soil and the excellent exposure of the vineyards.