The most common method of vine training is that of spurred cordon. The Mediterranean climate tends to be dry, although some inflections of the continental climate are present.
In vintages that can be considered ‘challenging’ – like 2017, which was undoubtedly dry – we can measure how far the management of the vineyard and the production of Brunello have come in Montalcino. Here takes place the production of wines characterized by crispness and stylistic sharpness, pleasing olfactory finesse – played especially on small red fruits – and not suffering of tannic excess at all. This is, indeed, the result of many factors, such as the care of soils and plants, a decisive selection of grapes on the sorting table, followed by a wine making process which takes into account the high quality of this raw material and preserves it.