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Wine and cultural excellence: Tommasi’s Villa de Buris

The Tommasi Family Estates is one of the most important companies in the Italian wine world today
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Il Vigneto di Villa De Buris, il nuovo progetto vitivinicolo e culturale di Tommasi

The Tommasi Family Estates is one of the most important companies in the Italian wine world today. They have over 562 hectares of vineyards in the Veneto, Tuscany, Lombardy, Apulia and Basilicata regions, in some of the most important Italian wine areas, from Valpolicella to Montalcino (with Casisano), Lugana, Soave, Maremma (Poggio al Tufo), Manduria (Surani), Vulture (Paternoster) and Oltrepò Pavese (Caseo). It all started in 1902 in the hills of Valpolicella. And today the company, led by the fourth generation, is bringing a new project to light: wine and cultural excellence. It is linked to the retrieval and restoration of Villa De Buris, the oldest in Valpolicella, which not only will become the home of a new Amarone Classico "cru" having the same name as Villa De Buris (debuting Reserve 2008, obtained from 1.9 hectares out of the 10 total hectares of La Groletta on the highest portion of the hill that enjoys the temperate climate of Lake Garda), but also, starting in 2019, it will be home to a "Foundation for the protection of treasures of the earth and art, to enhance the historic-cultural heritage and to support research in the viniculture and oenological field". The new project was celebrated at a dinner created by four-stars: Cedroni, Cuttaia, Perbellini and the chocolate designer Comaschi.

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