These are the “large white” pigs that we started to raise a few months ago. We chose Large White instead of Cinta Senese as the Cinta Senese meat is really fat, while this has just a little bit of fat. The pork is also part of our concept of integrated farming so that animals are raised together with our vineyards and olive trees. The tradition of our terroir is that animals have always been raised on land near to the vineyards. We believe very strongly that this is a big part of the terroir of Brunello di Montalcino and Sant’Angelo in Colle where we grow our grapes on our estate and make the wine.
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