Frescobaldi embodies the very essence of Tuscany, its extraordinary aptitude for viticulture, and the fascinating variety of its growing areas. The family’s uniqueness springs precisely from its being a reflection of this diversity, from its seven wine estates, and from its wines, which offer a kaleidoscope of fragrances and sensations, each of them reflecting the characteristics of a specific terroir. The seven tenute, or wine estates, are Castello Pomino (Pomino), Castello Nipozzano (Nipozzano), Tenuta Perano (Gaiole in Chianti), Tenuta Castiglioni (Montespertoli), Tenuta CastelGiocondo (Montalcino), Tenuta Ammiraglia (Magliano in Toscana), and Remole (Sieci). Located in Tuscan districts with centuries-old reputations for growing noble wines (DOC, DOCG, and IGT), the wine estates differ in soils and weather, environment, and history, thus giving unique characteristics to their own particular wines.
Each wine estate is managed on its own, with its own staff that directs its viticulture, vinification, and wine ageing.
Erika Ribaldi, Asia Pacific Area Manager
Castel Giocondo, Brunello di Montalcino 2014
Ripe al Convento di Castel Giocondo, Brunello di Montalcino 2013
Tenuta di Castiglioni, Giramonte, Tuscany 2015
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