Madonna Nera

"La Madonna" is the ancient name of these hilly lands, enveloped in an enchanted landscape, where nature and art are allied with each other with that incredible mastery that is the specific mark of the Tuscan civilization.

Today the place hosts a young farm, recently created and inspired by the deep respect of the traditions of the earth and the entrepreneurial taste of daring the new.

The company covers six hectares of vineyards, two of which are located in the area of ​​the Abbey of Sant'Antimo, used for the production of Brunello di Montalcino.

Each row is introduced by a rose plant, as dictated by the most beautiful of the customs of those who cultivate the vine. All around grow olive trees and Mediterranean vegetation to decorate the garden.

Between the green of the myrtle, the white of the roses and the blue of the lavender, there are three local blond stone buildings: the manor house, an ancient keep that has stood guard for centuries on the north-east side of the property and a dépandance with a large terrace dedicated to wine tasting.

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Madonna Nera Brunello di Montalcino 2010
94  James Suckling 
James Suckling 94 "This is gorgeously seductive where dried and burnt oranges come together with cherries. Full and super silky, leading to a long and flavorful finish. Fantastic wine from a new producer. Better in 2017."  Wine Advocate 91 "The 2010 Brunello di Montalcino Madonna Nera is a