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“With reference to what was falsely reported by some press organs (including journaleadige.it and mattinodiverona.it) regarding the alleged purchase by Riello Elettronica of” 50% of Cantina Allegrini “, Allegrini Estates and Riello Elettronica deny categorically the transaction took place as well as the existence of any negotiation, specifying that it is news devoid of any foundation. The press organs that published it and the authors of the articles assume exclusive responsibility for the news itself – and the sources used for it ”. Thus, with a note, comes the sharp denial from the interested parties not from a deal that never took place, but from the fake news circulated in Verona in these hours. “A false news, indeed very false”, reiterates to WineNews Marilisa Allegrini, who leads together with her brother Franco and her niece Silvia Allegrini, one of the most important wine groups in Valpolicella, Veneto and Italy, with a 2019 turnover of 37 , 4 million euros (of which 80% for exports). And that brings together 246 hectares of owned vineyards (and over 100 under management) between Valpolicella (where he also owns the splendid Villa della Torre estate), the Lugana area, and San Polo, in the Brunello di Montalcino territory, and Poggio al Tesoro in Bolgheri.


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