October ninth – Montalcino, Italy: Il Palazzone, the boutique Brunello di Montalcino producer, is proud to announce the acquisition of the vineyards of Società Albatreti , on a web site adjoining to Il Palazzone’s present vineyards. The newly acquired parcel, an historic jewel of Montalcino, is identified for spectacular galestro soil and south westerly publicity, additional enhancing the terroir and elevation profile of Il Palazzone.
Albatreti is a Montalcino property embodying a lot heritage, having been on the map since the realm was surveyed in fashionable occasions. It has been beneath the cautious stewardship of the Bizarri household for 3 generations. The 5 hectares of vines had been all painstakingly dug and planted when the grandchildren took over the property, yielding the primary Rosso di Montalcino in 2008 and the primary Brunello di Montalcino in 2009. The web site contains Brunello, Rosso and Sant Antimo grapes and expands Il Palazzone’s vine footprint in Montalcino to roughly 10.5 hectares.
Along with the vineyards, the acquisition contains 25 hectares of woods and a massive stand olive timber, enabling the growth of Il Palazzone’s olive oil manufacturing within the area.
Kirsten Kern, proprietor of Il Palazzone feedback:
“We’re extremely happy to announce the acquisition of the vineyards of Albatreti. The growth provides a singular alternative to protect a really particular Montalcino winery, enhance manufacturing and maximize long run potential for each properties.”
Kern continues: “We’re grateful to the Bizarri household and Gaetano Salvioni for his or her glorious stewardship over time and the meticulous care of the land and vines. We’re assured this uncommon alternative to mix neighbouring properties and mix from completely different soils, elevations and publicity will additional our objective of manufacturing the best Brunello of incomparable character and high quality.”