ITALY: Piedmont estate owner mulls sale

By Michele Shah | 25 October 2006

Fontanafredda, one of the most historic Barolo wine estates in the Italian region of Piedmont, could be up for sale next year. The possible contenders for the estate, which is owned by Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena, are said to be Campari and Gruppo Italiano Vini.

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Fontanafredda, one of the most historic Barolo wine estates in the Italian region of Piedmont, could be up for sale next year. The possible contenders for the estate, which is owned by Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena, are said to be Campari and Gruppo Italiano Vini.

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