wine producer

Bertani Domains

Region: Toscana


History

The three Tuscan wineries formerly belonging to Tenimenti Angelini were acquired by Bertani Domains. Responsibility for the technical side of all Bertani wineries has been placed in the hands of Andrea Lonardi, a great believer in Sangiovese, whose mission it is to remove ineternational grape varieties from classic Tuscan wines.

Val di Suga

The estate covers over 120 Ha, 55 of which are vine-covered. The vineyards are located on different sides of the hill on which Montalcino sits.
The older, more established vineyards face north-east and south-west, whilst the younger vineyard faces south-east.
Wines from this estate include Rosso di Montalcino, Brunello di Montalcino, Vigna Spuntali Brunello di Montalcino.

Tenuta TreRose

At the heart of this Tuscan winery is a beautiful 16th Century Villa located in one the area's most-coveted spot for Vino Nobile.
The vineyards stretch across slopes leading to Lake Trasimeno.
Of the estate's total 78 Ha of vineyard, 55 are devoted to Vino Nobile.
Thanks to the high quality of mixed soil, vines don't suffer from drought in summer as they do in other elevated parts of Tuscany.
The TreRose Vino Nobile is fermented in great barrels of Slovenian oak.
Wines from this estate include: Rosso di Montepulciano; Vino Nobile and Renaio.

San Leonino

100 ha. in size, 45 Ha of which is vine-covered, and 6 with olives.
The vines benefit from an ideal balance in exposure and altitude, with the vineyards facing south and south-west at an elevation between 270 to 400 m.asl (meters above sea level). The clay-rich soil in the vineyards acts as a natural fertilizer.
Wines are fermented in large barrels of Slavonian oak. Wines from this estate include: Chianti Classico, Tuttobene Rosso and Tuttobene Bianco.