The name of this Brunello di Montalcino is lost in the Middle Ages. Rennina seems to be in fact due to the abbreviations that were used to indicate a state-owned farm. Gaja took possession of it in 1994 and returned a balanced product defined in its characteristic notes of red fruit and minerality . An excellent blend of subsoil rich in bays, south-west exposure, ventilation from the Tyrrhenian Sea and savoir-faire of the well-known brand. The circle closes with two years of aging between barriques and tonneaux.