ORIGINS

PERFECT VINEYARDS FOR SANGIOVESE

The history of Giodo in Montalcino begins in 2002, when Carlo Ferrini, after years of research, finally identified his first hectare to purchase in the Brunello denomination; today, his winery, lying midway between Sant’Angelo in Colle and Sant’Antimo, relies on six hectares of vineyard. With respect to vineyard orientation, elevation, and soil types, the location is perfect for viticulture. A majestic row of cypresses beckons visitors to this near-hidden, magical spot, while the vines intended for Giodo and La Quinta seem to be looking at the sinuous hills which stretch from Montalcino as far as the massif of Monte Amiata. And then the olive trees grove that yield Giodo’s Toscano IGP olive oil.

VINEYARDS

Today, his winery, lying midway between Sant’Angelo in Colle and Sant’Antimo, relies on six hectares of vineyard. With respect to vineyard orientation, elevation, and soil types, the location is perfect for viticulture.

SANGIOVESE

VARIETY OF A LIFE-TIME.
Carlo Ferrini believes that a wine achieves elegance only when all its components align in perfect harmony. For Giodo vineyards, he selected exclusively the eight Sangiovese clones that had most impressed him over the years. Giodo’s vineyards are managed with meticulous care, utilising sustainable practices whenever possible and exercising maximum quality-selection on the clusters.

GALLERY

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