From the time of Ancient Rome to the present day, the Argiano estate has made the history of Montalcino, becoming one of its most prestigious and traditional advocates. The construction of Argiano's villa began in 1581 and by the time it was completed in 1596, the estate had started to produce wine. In the 19th century the winery began to flourish after it came into the possession of Lady Ersilia Caetani Lovatelli. In 1967, Argiano was a founding member of the Brunello Consortium set up to advance and promote the wine region. More recently in 2013, the estate was sold to a Brazilian business group, which began to make improvements to the winery and increased land holdings from 50 to 60 hectares (124-150 acres).
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