Italian estates

Tuscany and Umbria

Antinori family has always been identified with the regions of Tuscany and Umbria, with almost 1,400 hectares of vineyards planted in the most highly-suited area for high quality wine production: Chianti Classico, Bolgheri, Montalcino, Orvieto, Montepulciano - all famous zones - as well as Sovana and southern Maremma, which are both very interesting emerging zones where Marchesi Antinori can continue to promote new terroirs with a high potenital for winemaking.

Montenisa, Franciacorta

The Montenisa Estate is situated in the heart of Franciacorta, south of the lake of Iseo, in Lombardy, the best-suited area in Italy for the production of top quality sparkling wines. The Montenisa Estate consists of 60 hectares of vineyards for the production of Franciacorta wine: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc.

Prunotto - Alba - Piemonte

Historical company producer of great Piedmontese red wines - founded by Alfredo Prunotto in 1905. In 1989 Marchesi Antinori buys the company and, starting with the distribution, in 1995 starts following the production paying particular attention on the vineyards of the most prestigious areas of Albese and Astigiano.

Tormaresca - Puglia

Character, personality and quality potentials are the characteristics that Apulia transmits to the native-and-non cultivated varieties. For this reason the Antinori family gave birth to Tormaresca in 1998 when they started investing in Apulia considering it one of the most promising regions in Italy for the production of high quality wines with a strong territorial identity. Tormaresca owns two properties located within the best areas with high quality production vocation: the Bocca di Lupo Estate in the Castel del Monte DOC region and the Masserìa Maìme in the Salento region.

Tignanello estate

The Solaia vineyard

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Le Mortelle estate, Castiglione della Pescaia - View of Barriccaia

Le Mortelle estate, Castiglione della Pescaia

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