Tenuta di Collosorbo
Tenuta di Collosorbo
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semanticvision
Los Angeles, CA4,737 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Couples
We were referred by our wine shop to visit this family run winery to taste their Brunello and other offerings. The drive was a bit unerring when we start getting only unpaved road but there it is, a beautiful farm estate! We were welcomed by the younger sister Lucia who is the business manager of the operation; she briefly went over the family history and gave us a tour of the facility. The estate is a split from Tenuta Sesta next door by inheritance, this newer operation is run by the mother and two daughters team that Laura, the older daughter is the winemaker. The most interesting aspect of the estate is the are when they were digging for more storage space and came upon the underground areas that exhausted much older than the estate, more history to be discovered, the visit ended with a tasting of their wonderful wine hosted by none other than Laura the winemaker herself. This is the second mother and daughter team I have encountered in Montalcino, I applause their passion and determination, bravo!
Written September 29, 2017
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Philip2009
Florida998 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2014 • Couples
Trying without success to reach another winery tour, we happened upon this beautiful gem, hidden away on the road to Sesta, and marked only by a tiny sign at the end of the driveway. It turned out to be a highlight of the day, as we toured and sampled delicious wine and olive oil. We took a walk through the beautifully manicured forest gardens and sat for awhile by the fountain.

Owned by the Ciacci family since 1850, the Estate has been dedicated to the cultivation of olives and vines, and the first bottle of Brunello di Montalcino 1966 by Giuseppe Ciacci. The estate manor is a century old, with gorgeous piazza and garden. We toured the basement, where the flavors of the wine and wood blend together; the House, where the walls ooze century-old stories of emotions and memories held by Giovanna Ciacci and her daughters, Laura and Lucia Sutera Sardo.

The Estate of Collosorbo is quite a contrast from the larger, less personal winery tours in the area, and is one of the more satisfying to visit. We would love to come for a stay!
Written November 19, 2014
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ak2023
Zurich, Switzerland2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2020 • Couples
Among all the mass producers in the area, it was here where we found an authentic experience and fantastic Brunello 2015. We were warmly welcomed and guided through the cellar and presented with their top wines. All in all, highly recommended if you are for a “smaller” yet authentic winery.
Written September 8, 2020
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Mugur N
Bucharest, Romania112 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Family
Hello,

We were at this plce guided by our friend from Firenze, and had a great time.
They take you on a tour of the winery, show you the mansion and tell you about their wines.
The estate is beautiful, very nice preserved and maintained.
After the wine tour is over they invite you to a wine tasting, after which you can buy some wine or some olive oil.

I highly recommend this place for a better understanding of the wine of Brunello di Montalcino . You won’t be sorry:).

Enjoy!
Written October 2, 2018
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