The Capanna farming concern, property of the Cencioni family ever since 1957, lies to the north of Montalcino in the area of Montosoli. Held to be one of the best Brunello "crus", it is still run today on an exclusively family basis, with advice from the enologist PaoloVagaggini. The vineyards, which cover about 20 hectares, have been planted in the best areas of the farm, and are cared for with the passion and experience of generations of vine dressers. Harvesting, done entirely by hand, is done so as to choose the grape bunches which are best suited for each kind of wine. Brunello di Montalcino comes from this selection, followed by ageing for four years in Slavonian oak casks. These become five years for the Brunello chosen to become Riserva (Reserve). Due to its long ageing and the care and attention afforded to its production, Brunello di Montalcino is now considered to be one of the most precious and exclusive wines, to be matched with game, roast meat and seasoned cheese, but it is also an excellent meditation wine.