The estate is further enriched by a cultural foundation directed by Maria Grazia, the founder's wife, who also created the Torgiano Wine Museum, considered the 'best in Italy' by The New York Times and the Olive and Oil Museum. A pioneer of wine tourism in Italy, the Lungarotti experience was the forerunner of the spread of Italian style. Lungarotti means wine.
And, with its wine, it also means soil, vineyards, hard work and creativity, links with the territory and dynamic ways of enhancing it, respect for traditions and an eye for the future.
The first farm in Europe to produce renewable energy from the pruned vine waste with a biomass plant (an over 50% energy self-sufficiency and a significant reduction of CO2 emissions), a strong supporter of sustainable viticulture, the Montefalco estate has been organically certified since the 2014 vintage.