The Biondi-Santi surname is linked to this project that emerged at the end of the 19th century and is part of his country’s living history. In 1865, before the end of Italian unification, Clemente Santi founded Brunello di Montalcino, the region that years later would become one of the most important in the world. From the outset, the different directors of the winery have had as a concept the idea of evolution, but not revolution. Its elaborations have followed the same path that has generated millions of consumer experiences for more than 150 years.
Creative genius, intrinsic to any Tuscan, is the ability to see beyond what it already is and imagine what it can become. In the winemaking process, the character of its wines is dreamt from the moment they are created in order to understand their peak of maturity. The concept of transcending time is fundamental to the winery. The Biondi-Santi remain impassive after years of ageing and their uniqueness lies in this character.