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Folonari is continuing to invest in Tuscany, with high-quality hospitality and vineyards

La Pietra Relais di Charme opens in Greve in Chianti, new vineyards are planted in Nozzole, in Chianti Classico, and in Campo al Mare, in Bolgheri

La Pietra Relais di Charme has been created in Greve in Chianti, new vineyards are being planted in Nozzole, in Chianti Classico, and in Campo al Mare, in Bolgheri
Counting on a great wine history is often the prerequisite for looking toward the future, and investing again. That is exactly what the historical name of Tuscan wine (and not only), which focuses heavily on high-quality hospitality, as well as on new vineyards, Ambrogio and Giovanni Folonari Tenute have done. In the first case, Pietra Relais di Charme, a new facility will open its doors in Greve in Chianti, in 2021, in the heart of Chianti Classico and of Cabreo Estate, which will join Borgo del Cabreo Relais di Charme that opened in the spring of 2017. The new Relais will be built thanks to an investment of 3 million euros, following an elaborate restoration of the ancient rural settlement called La Croce, which stands right in the middle of the vineyard. In the second case, the works are aimed at expanding the vineyards in the five estates owned by the company, which will invest a total of 1 million euros per year. In more detail, in Greve in Chianti, at Nozzole Estate, new Sangiovese grapevines have been planted on a total of 5 hectares. In Bolgheri, at Campo al Mare Estate, 3 hectares divided between Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon were planted and 1.2 hectares of Vermentino.

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