Dating back to 1580, Argiano was bought in 1992 by Contessa Noemi Marone Cinzano, and brought in Giacomo Tachis (creater of Sassicaia, Tignanello and Solaia) as a consultant oenologist.
Then in 2013, Andre Esteves bought Argiano and has updated the estate with new cellars being built and a switch to organic methods to name but two things.
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A younger brother to the Brunello, this is intense ruby in colour, medium weight with red fruit, menthol and sweet earth. Smooth and velvety. Contains Sulphites