The winery is located in the municipality of Montalcino (Siena) in the Italian region of Tuscany. It was founded by Giacomo Neri in 1971 through the purchase of an extensive estate. The vineyards cover 36 hectares, divided between the four vineyards of Le Cetine (Sant'Angelo in Colle), Pietradonice (Castelnuovo dell'Abate), and Cerretalto and Fiesole, near the Fiesole estate opposite Montalcino. Fiesole is the historic vineyard, where the headquarters and winery are also located, as well as two guest flats. In 2006, a completely underground cellar was put into operation. The wines are individually vinified in wood each year. The top products of the house are various DOCG wines Brunello di Montalcino, among them the single-vineyard wines "Cerretalto" (24 months in French barriques, at least 18 months in bottle) and the "Tenuta Nuova", first produced in 1993 (24 to 30 months in barriques, at least one year in bottle). The DOC wines Rosso di Montalcino and Sant'Antimo (Pietradonice from Cabernet Sauvignon) are also produced. Various grappas and olive oil from 15 hectares of olive trees are also produced.