To the north of Montalcino, embedded like a natural amphitheatre into the beautiful hillside of Montosoli sits the Pinino wine estate. This unique geography has made the region a favorite destination for the wealthy of Montalcino in the 18th century. The Pinino Estate was first built in 1874 by the notary Tito Costanti. Nearly 100 years later, in 1950, Pinino was inscribed to the Brunello winemakers cadastral register.)
4 hectars are located on the Pinino site with a southern exposure and meager slate (Galestro) the remaining 12 hectares on the Canchi site with southeastern exposure with mixed clay, richly calciferous respectively tufa soil. These soils give both, the Brunello and the Rosso from Pinino their gripping spicy finesse with a puristic expression of their cultivar and site.