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Raina

 Raina began growing and producing wine in 2002, when they bought 12 hectares and an old farmhouse at Turri, Montefalco. Montefalco is a small village in the Umbria region of West Central Italy famous for producing one of the most unique and distinctive wines of Italy the “Sagrantino”. The Sagrantino wines date back to the 15th century, where the name “sagra” means festival, causing many to believe that these wines were used for celebratory occasions and special feasts. Raina completely transformed the territory by the planting of 8 hectares of vineyard, the restoration of the farmhouse and the building of a modern wine cellar. The altitude of the estate, which faces south east, is between 200 and 300 meters above sea level. The ground essentially consists of sand and it is rich in limestone and stones. This peculiarity helps the water drainage.