The RENIERI MONTALCINO extends for 128ha in the south of the territory of Montalcino, in the lands overlooking Mount Amiata. The hectares of vines are 30 at an average altitude of 350 / 420m above sea level. The vineyards range from south-east to south-west. The plants were built in 1998 following the extirpation of the old vineyards. The average density per hectare is 6,000 hectares per hectare, allowing for a production of 1 kg of grapes per plant (equivalent to one bottle of wine), the highest quality, perfect maturation and less stress possible for each vine. The principal variety in Renieri is clearly the Sangiovese, which after a long process of ripening and aging, becomes Brunello di Montalcino. Renieri has found a perfect habitat for more international and less common vines in this area such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauovignon and Franc, Syrah and Petit Verdot. These cheeses come together in two types of Igt wines which have shown, given the levels of appreciation achieved, that the territory of Montalcino is not exclusively voted in the Sangiovese. In addition to these three types of products, Rosal of Montalcino, a wine distinguished by Brunello's older brother, plays an important role in making it easier to drink due to a less complex aging process. The predominant soils are volcanic with limestone lenses and broken stone. Very characteristic of the area are the red lands, the clay and the tuff.