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The winery is located in the municipality of Torgiano in the Italian region of Umbria. The history of this traditional family goes back 300 years. The estate was taken over in the early 1960s by the Umbrian wine legend Giorgio Lungarotti (1910-1999). In 1936 he had completed his studies in agricultural economics with a thesis on modern viticulture techniques. In the 1970s, after extensive experiments with high quality standards, he laid the foundations for the DOC classification of the Torgiano area. Today the farm is managed by his daughters Teresa Severini and Chiara Lungarotti. Lungarotti Società Agricola also owns the Azienda Agricola Stomennano, located in Tuscany

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