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2004 06 December

(Torgiano, Perugia – December 2004) - - Poggio alle Mura from the Castello Banfi vineyard estate in Montalcino, Tuscany, was the sole Brunello to win a medal at the 24th Banco d'Assaggio dei Vini d'Italia Wine Competition.  SummuS, Castello Banfi’s critically acclaimed super-Tuscan, was also a medal winner in its category.   ...

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2004 18 October

Castello Banfi Brunello Wins Gold At VinItaly (VERONA, Italy, April 2004) - - The 2004 VinItaly Concorso Enologico Internazionale held early this month in Verona awarded Castello Banfi Brunello di Montalcino 1997 its Grand Gold Medal and once again recognized Castello Banfi as Italy’s best winery.   The official recognition, awarded t...

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2004 04 October

2004 Harvest at Castello Banfi: A Return to Normalcy   (Montalcino, Italy – October 2004) After four years of early harvests and seasons punctuated by extreme weather – including spring frosts, summer heat waves and autumnal rainstorms – the natural rhythm of southern Tuscany returned to its historic norms this year and the...

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2004 01 September

Castello Banfi has just introduced its Aqua Vitae, a distillate of whole Moscato grapes, that provides a soft alternative to grappa as a cordial or a digestive.   Made from 100% Moscato grapes, Aqua Vitae, Italian for “water of life,” is crystal clear in color. It offers aromas of peach complemented by almond notes. Slightly unct...

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2004 14 July

July 7th marks the opening of the seventh edition of “Jazz & Wine in Montalcino,” a noted concert series promoted by Jazz & Image of Rome, the Castello Banfi winery, and the Town of Montalcino.  Concerts will take place in two impressive venues this year; once again in the imposing medieval fortress of Montalcino located in...

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2004 16 June

Italy’s most influential wine guides have announced the release of their 2004 editions, with raves for the Brunellos and Montalcino Super Tuscan wines of the Castello Banfi vineyard estate.   The Gambero Rosso Guida  ai Vini  d' Italia 2004 rated 14,000 wines from nearly 2,000 producers, and gave its highest ranking, the cove...

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2004 02 February

Castello Banfi joins over 40 other members of the Consorzio del Vino Brunello di Montalcino in previewing the 1999 vintage of Brunello and the 1998 Riserva in the US in November and at home in Montalcino in February 2004. The U.S. tastings, at the Grand Hyatt in New York on November 4 and the Hotel Casa del Mar in Santa Monica on November 10, are ...

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