The Bagnolo Estate was established in the sixteenth century by the Strozzi Princes, an aristocratic Florentine family, who remained its owners until 1965. The last Strozzi heir, the wife of Roberto Strozzi, died in 1963, leaving the family legacy to her niece Cristina Morocco, the wife of the Marquis Pancrazi. The couple continues to own the estate which adopts modern methods to produce both wine and oil. Their productive processes uphold quality, while responding to the needs of the market.
Pinot Nero di Bagnolo is a recently produced wine that has already gained itself noteworthy acclaim. This high quality wine is red ruby; its intense and persistent scent recalls small red berries and graphite. It has the long-lasting, soft taste of red fruit. The estate owns 5.5 hectares; its vineyards produce approximately 15,000 bottles of wine, depending on the year.
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