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Located in Tufo, in the province of Avellino, 50 km east of Naples, the di Marzo winery is the original estate where the Greco di Tufo was first made. In 1647, Scipione di Marzo, first known ancestor of the family, left his hometown of San Paolo Belsito near the town of Nola to flee from the plague that was ravaging the region. He took with him some vines of a local white variety called at the time Greco del Vesuvio. Once settled in Tufo, he planted this variety in a region previously planted mostly in red. He became the founder of the wine Greco di Tufo. In 1648 he began the construction of the winery and the fortified house above it know

Our winery is situated on the enchanting hills of San Miniato (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Miniato), small village, mainly famous as one of the most important area for the production of White Truffle in Italy. (http://www.sanminiatotartufo.it/inglese/homeing.htm) Pietro Beconcini Agricola (www.pietrobeconcini.com) was funded in 1958 by Giuseppe Beconcini, grandfather of the current owner, Leonardo Beconcini and his wife Eva Bellagamba. Our company is specialised in the production of the "king" of the Tuscan grapes: Sangiovese. But we also cultivate autoctonous grapes like Malvasia Nera, Colorino , Canaiolo and other varieties wi

Great passions are often sparked by little seeds. The history of Apollonio winery dates back to 1870, in the aftermath of the Italian unification. It was in the south of the Salento region – where most people made a living out of wine – that the story of Apollonio’s family began; such has succeeded in exporting Salento’s high-quality wine tradition all over the world thanks to its passion and hard work. It was 1870 when Noč Apollonio planted his own vineyard and produced wine for the first time. He did not lack experience, which he had inherited it from his father Tommaso (a producer and wine merchant born in 1828), and his grandfather Giuse

Montefioralle is a small family run winery, located near the medieval village of Montefioralle just few minutes from Greve in Chianti. The winery, with only two hectares of vineyards, produces small quantities of wine Chianti Classico DOCG, Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, Vin Santo del Chianti Classico DOC and Supertuscan IGT Toscana.

Castello delle Regine includes over 1,100 acres, of which about 400 hectares are planted with vineyards. The property includes more than 7,000 olive trees, of which 60% have more than 500 years. On the estate c 'is a breeding Chianina cattle DOP and a superb House & Country Residence with a first-class restaurant. For over 20 years the owner Paul Nodari has made significant investments in the vineyards and the cellar. He maintained clones of Sangiovese Grosso and Merlot from older vineyards and has culturing many additional acres. The company adopts the modern winemaking technology, while maintaining a strong link with the terroir. The vin

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