Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards that face in a southwesterly direction facing the sea, Podere Brizio is definitely a find. There marine-origin sand and loam soil cover marl and limestone dating back more than 100 million years, making it the perfect terroir to grow age-worthy Sangiovese.
Situated up in the Montalcino hills, Brizio is comprised of 33 hectares of land, including over 11 hectares planted to Sangiovese and two hectares of olive trees. The Brunello di Montalcino is made 300- 350 meters above sea level facing the sea and Maremma. This is Montalcino’s hottest area. Here the soil consists of sandstone and rocky marl, which allows the production of well-structured, mineral wines.
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