Libero is crafted from grapes grown in estate vineyards situated within two distinct microclimates in Montalcino. The 1.3-hectare plot on the northern side of Montalcino enjoys a cooler climate compared to the sunnier 3.5-hectare vineyard located in the south-facing subregion of Castelnuovo dell'Abate. The Castelnuovo vineyards, positioned between 290 and 330 meters above sea level, exhibit greater geological diversity and improved soil drainage compared to the northern side vineyards, which sit at an elevation exceeding 340 meters. These higher-altitude northern vineyards tend to enhance acidity and bring forward the fruit intensity, contributing to the wine's back-end with heightened floral notes on the nose and increased vertical energy in the mouth.

Named for Charles' Lazzara's second son, Tommaso, "Libero" celebrates free spirit with a classic example of Sangiovese from Montalcino.


16 hectares