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The Greppo-Biondi Estate is the only Italian of the “Great wineries to visit in 2019”, says Decanter

Wine destinations to visit this year (and at least once in your lifetime) "Giants" like Château Mouton Rothschild, Ruinart, Penfolds and Joseph Phelps
The Greppo Estate in the Brunello vineyards in Montalcino

It is true that a great wine tastes even better if you drink it among the vineyards where it is produced as they are often grown in the most fascinating territories in the world. One place to go, above all, to get to know Brunello and its success story, and from these vineyards begin your journey to discover one of the most famous Italian wines in the world, is the Greppo-Biondi Santi Estate in Montalcino. It was here in the nineteenth century that the Biondi Santi family invented Brunello, now owned by the EPI group of the French Descours family, and the only Italian listed among the "Great wineries to visit in 2019", according to the UK magazine Decanter. It is a travel guide for true wine lovers, and includes the top-level destinations of the most famous wine regions in the world, ranging from Te Mata Estate at Hawke's Bay in New Zealand, whose collection of old vintages bears witness to the region's growth in wine, to the Penfolds Magill Estate in Adelaide, in Southern Australia, a must for wine lovers. It is also impossible not to visit, at least once in a lifetime, on e of the giants of Bordeaux like Château Mouton Rothschild, and a legend in Champagne like Ruinart. But also listed are a historical producer of Napa Valley, in California, like Joseph Phelps, and a symbol of the new wave in the same territory, like Ashes and Diamonds. Then, Casal de Armán, among the artisanal wineries of the rebirth of the Denomination of Ribeiro in Galicia, Spain, the biodynamic Matetic Vineyards in Valparaíso, Chile, and Ken Forrester Vineyards in the famous Stellenbosch region in South Africa.

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