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Barone Pizzini

Barone Pizzini is an Italian winery that contributes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through a combination of agricultural practices, an energy-efficient winery and a commitment to pioneering organic...

Year founded1870
EnologistLeonardo Valenti
Own vineyards:55 / ha
Annual production290,000 bottles
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Barone Pizzini

Barone Pizzini is an Italian winery that contributes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through a combination of agricultural practices, an energy-efficient winery and a commitment to pioneering organic wine production in Franciacorta.

Each vineyard produces unique fruit that is an expression of a particular plot. At the winery, this distinction is reinforced by a respectful approach to the individual plot.

Barone Pizzini is the first organic Franciacorta producer certified according to European standards.

It was one of the first wineries in Italy to participate in the Ita.ca project (in between many other projects), which not only monitors CO2 emissions but also measures the environmental impact of the winemaking process.

The history of Barone Pizzini has its roots in Franciacorta. It is this rich territory that has taught us the importance of the diversity and expressiveness of the land and the importance of translating this into the wine it represents.

The vision that guides each of their projects, which they conceive, realise and bring to life in harmony with the balance of the place they are in.

Today they work in three other areas where they produce wines with different characteristics, but with the same principles of respect and sustainability.

From the north to the centre of Italy, from the lowland forests of Montenetto to the windswept hills of Maremma, passing through the steep slopes of the Aesina Valley, they see wine as a tribute to the environment, as a representation of the land they respect, protect and appreciate in the final product.