Thiswine is filled with refreshing acidity and attractive aromas of peach, lemon peel, dried herbs and a whiff of saline minerality. During the 1960s Giorgio Lungarotti planted the town of Torgiano, and indeed Umbria, firmly on the world wine landscape. The family name is today an icon of the region, and Italian wine making. Through the decades, Giorgio based the success of his business on a strong bond with his land and a search for quality, which also provided environmental sustainability. Careful vineyard management enables Lungarotti to favour accumulation and preservation of water resources, encouraging the roots to grow deeper into the soil as they search for water and nutritional elements, making the vines more resistant in case of drought.