Valuable vineyards: the winner is Alto Adige

The value of vineyards in Italy’s top terroir has held up notwithstanding the recession and appeals, in fact, to those who want to invest in Italian winemaking operations.
Top ranked investments are the vineyards of Alto Adige which are estimated to be worth around 550,000 Euros per hectare, followed by those producing Amarone (Veneto) ranging from 480,000 to 500,000 Euros and then Prosecco (Veneto) vineyards in the territories of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene where the values go from 350,000 to 380,000 Euros per hectare, similar to valuations in Trentino. Next in the ranking are the Barolo vineyards in Piemonte at 350,000 Euros, the lands of Montalcino (Toscana), between 330 and 350,000 Euros, followed on the heels by other Tuscan plantings in Bolgheri, with values ranging from 300 to 320,000 Euros. And there are many more after that. Probably the astronomical assessments that were circulating a few years ago, reflecting the worth of the most strategic terroir in Italy, have declined, but it is still a fact that Italian vineyards have held their equity. An equity that puts, in world-wide terms, Italy right after France when it comes to the value of vineyards. (Source: Vinitaly)

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