Tenute Silvio Nardi
1950 - Silvio Nardi was known worldwide for his factory for agricultural machinery. Out of his hobby for wine he bought the Casale del Bosco estate in Montalcino. In 1958 it was Silvio Nardi who invested in wine growing in Montalcino and produced the first bottle of Brunello di Montalcino.
The daughter - Emilia Nardi
1985 - At the age of 20 the youngest daughter, Emilia Nardi, joins the company. Together with her brothers, she introduced radical changes in the winemaking process and in the direction of the company. In 1990 she succeeded her father and reorganised the vineyards and cellars of Tenute Nardi. She managed to perfectly combine tradition and modernity.
Today and tomorrow
Today Tenute Silvio Nardi owns 36 vineyards in an unspoilt landscape and natural biological habitat. And what about tomorrow? Thanks to the clones in the old vineyards, the past is projected into the future of Tenute Silvio Nardi.
The vineyards of Tenuta Silvio Nardi extend from east and west of Montalcino in a predominantly hilly area (wiping 140 and 480 metres above sea level). The 36 vineyards are divided between three different estates:
- Casale de Bosco: to the west of Montalcino
- Manachiara and Colombaiolo: In the east of Montalcino
In the wine cellar
Vinification brings out all the characteristics of the grape that the vineyards have to offer. Several fermentation tanks allow the berries of each vineyard plot to be fermented separately. Even during the wooden maturation, the lots remain separate and are only cuvéed in the Tenute Silvio Nardi at the end.
More information about Tenute Silvio Nardi
|Company Name:||Tenute Silvio Nardi|
|Street:||Casale del Bosco|
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|Managing Director:||Emilia Nardi|
|Cultivated Area:||Toskana IGT, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Colli Senesi DOCG|