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Orvieto, Italy

Giovanni Dubini runs his family estate with a firm but light touch, conscious of his role as a guardian of the soil, as much as its owner. A long history makes it clear that we are all stewards rather than heirs. The name of the estate refers to a 13th century palazzo that still stands on a hill at the heart of the property. Today converted to a spectacular guesthouse, it originally fulfilled the same role for prelates and other worthies on their way to medieval Rome.

The wines are a happy blend of traditional taste and a modicum of modern technique (refrigerated tanks). They are balanced and fresh, beautiful on their own, but really destined for the table.


Palazzone Vignarco Orvieto Classico
Palazzone Orvieto Classico Superiore ‘Terre Vineate’

Point of Sale

Palazzone Vignarco Orvieto Classico - ST

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