Pian delle Vigne

Pian delle Vigne
Deeply personal interpretation

Deeply personal interpretation

The Pian delle Vigne estate is located 6 kilometers (3.5 miles) southwest of Montalcino. Pian delle Vigne stretches out over an area of 184 hectares (454 acres) of which 65 hectares (160 acres) are planted with vineyards. The estate’s namesake wine, Pian delle Vigne, represents Marchesi Antinori’s deeply personal interpretation of a prestigious and traditional wine such as Brunello di Montalcino. The Antinori family acquired the estate in 1995, the same year the first Brunello Pian delle Vigne was harvested.

The History

The History

Pian Delle Vigne's name comes from a characteristic nineteenth century railway station located on the estate, few steps from the vineyards.

Vineyards, Experimentation and Cellars.

Vineyards, Experimentation and Cellars.
The Vineyards

The Vineyards

Pian delle Vigne stretches out over an area of 184 hectares (454 acres) of which 65 hectares (160 acres) are planted with vineyards that grow at an altitude of approximately 130 meters (426 feet) above sea level and enjoy a southeastern exposure.

Aging philosophy

Aging philosophy

Pian delle Vigne has adopted the philosophy of aging in large casks that preserve the exceptional integrity of the Sangiovese berry and impart the characteristic vibrant elegance of Brunello to the wine.

An Interpretation of Brunello

The Antinori family's deeply personal interpretation of Brunello di Montalcino, a historic wine.

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