Located in Tuscany’s famed Brunello di Montalcino wine-producing region just south of Montalcino and minutes from the ancient hamlet of Castelnuovo dell'Abate, Tenuta Buon Tempo overlooks the beautiful Val d'Orcia. The valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The 26-hectare property is composed of vines, olive groves and ancient woods. 12 hectares are given over to organically cultivated vineyards, 5 hectares of which are devoted exclusively to Brunello di Montalcino. The only grape grown is Sangiovese Grosso - the finest expression of the typical characteristics of Montalcino and the only varietal that can be included in its most prestigious wines, Rosso and Brunello, which represent the estate’s entire production. Fermented in the subterranean, gravity-fed winery using only native yeasts, the wines are very highly regarded - consistently elegant and complex, with luscious fruit and spice.