Here are some of the top 30 must visit wineries in Italy
1. Masseto Winery
The Masseto winery is the monolithic physical symbol of this wine, as is the wall of huge rocks marking the boundary of the estate. When you think of a great institution there is always a point of reference to a specific building. The same now applies to Masseto and its vineyards – Giovanni Geddes da Filicaja, CEO.
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2. Marchesi Antinori Winery
The Antinori family is committed to the art of winemaking since 1385. It was the time when Giovanni di Piero Antinori became a member, of the “Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri”. All throughout its history, twenty-six generations long, the Antinori family has managed the business directly making innovative and sometimes bold decisions while upholding the utmost respect for traditions and the environment.
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3. Tenuta Luce
Tenuta Luce equipped itself with a new Winery, an underground structure conceived so that it would blend perfectly with the surrounding landscape and nature, representing the harmony that is typical of our wines, and with Collezione Luce which like an ancient library preserves and tells the history of Tenuta Luce’s wines.Here, as in the vineyards, the values of Tenuta Luce guide each choice we make. And while in the vineyards there’s the beauty of nature, here there’s beauty built by man to inspire us to work better and better.
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4. Giodo Winery
Everything at Giodo is underpinned by the concept of uncompromising quality. The entire process takes its start from the selection of clones and vines that are ideal for producing wines that are elegant, well-balanced and with impressive length. Every decision, every individual detail, whether in the vineyard or the winecellar, is of the greatest importance and merits full and meticulous attention. Those small details are the indispensable tesserae that compose the mosaic that Carlo Ferrini’s experience and expertise makes absolutely unique, the creation that his extraordinary passion has successfully handed on to his daughter Bianca.
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5. Fuligni Winery
The Fuligni Estate spreads over approximately one hundred fully-cultivated hectares of land in an almost continual strip on the eastern side of Montalcino where, historically, the most authentic production of Brunello emerged. The vines, which extend over ten hectares, are primarily located at Cottimelli at altitudes varying from 380 to 450 meters above sea level. Here, the land, which predominantly faces east, belongs entirely to the Santa Fiora (marl) geological formation of Eocene origin and is made up of a prevalently rocky terrain.
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6. Renieri di Montalcino Winery
The Renieri tenuta, or winery estate, comprises 128 hectares in the southern quadrant of Montalcino, on slopes that face Monte Amiata.Thirty hectares of vineyards are planted at an elevation of 350-420 metres, their exposures forming an arc from southeast to southwest.Following the grubbing-up of the old vineyards, new vines were planted in 1998, at a density of 6,000 vines per hectare.The local soils are largely volcanic, with strata of schistous limestone and rock. Classic to the area are soils made up of the reddish terra rossa, clays, and calcareous tufa.
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7. Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona Winery
The entire estate, extending over 220 hectares of which 55.5 are in vines and 40 in olive groves, has all the typical characteristics of the Tuscan countryside adorned with rolling hills, pastures and woods with unforgettable colours. Set between Arna hill and the Orcia River to the south-east, it offers a unique panorama with the beautiful contour of Mount Amiata in the background. Wild animals, scents of flowers and plants and the typical farmhouses dotted around, create a peaceful and calm atmosphere in this area.
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8. San Filippo Winery
The Wine Estate San Filippo lies in the heart of the most beautiful part of the Tuscan countryside, just two kilometres from Montalcino. This landscape, with its magnificent vineyards where the Brunello is made, and the yellow cornfields of the Val d’Orcia, has been declared a World Heritage site by Unesco. Offering a perfect combination of nature, art and the finest Tuscan food and wine, it is the ideal place to spend a relaxing holiday. The famous art cities of Siena and Florence are within easy reach of the Wine Estate San Filippo, as well as enchanting smaller towns such as Bagno Vignoni, Pienza, Montepulciano, and the wild coastal region of the Maremma.
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9. Talenti Montalcino Winery
Pierluigi Talenti moved from Romagna to the gently rolling and sunny hills of Montalcino. After a few years, he decided to acquire the estate and all its lands he had fallen in love with.Through the years, he devoted his time to the clonal research of Sangiovese all over Montalcino, taking his wines to the highest levels of quality.
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10.Canalicchio di Sopra
Canalicchio di Sopra is the tale of a winery that covers the history of winemaking in Montalcino over the last 50 years, its growth and its worldwide success: the first bottle of Canalicchio di Sopra Brunello di Montalcino was produced in 1966. In 1967, Canalicchio di Sopra was one of the twelve founders of the Consorzio del Vino Brunello di Montalcino.
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11. San Polo Winery
The goal of San Polo was to transform the Estate into a premium quality winery. The year 2007 marked the beginning of a new era for San Polo: a prestigious, historic appellation was accompanied by an entrepreneurial approach and openness to multiple business opportunities. Subsequently, the importance of an eco-friendly approach was understood and developed, leading to a steadfast commitment to sustainability, which is now the hallmark of the Estate and pervades and informs all its practices and operations.
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12.Poderi Aldo Conterno Winery
The “Poderi Aldo Conterno” winery is situated in Bussia of Monforte d’Alba which is the heart of the Barolowine area.The estate, which vinifies exclusively its own grapes, consists of 25 hectares of vineyard.Most of the soil, which is at an altitude of 350 – 400 m. above the sea level, is located South / South – West and is composed of clayey marls and limestone with layers of sand.
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13. Chiara Boschis Winery
Our company is located in the municipality of Barolo and the cellar overlooks the square where via Monforte and via Vittorio Veneto (the so-called Via Nuova) intersect. From here, observing the hills, one can imagine how much work is needed to maintain such steep lands as well as manicured gardens and to obtain this grape of incomparable quality from their generosity. Only grapes from vineyards cultivated by us and which are almost entirely our property are vinified.
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14. Zenato Winery
“Sergio Zenato manicured the morainic hills for years, from the most strategic observation point on Lake Garda in Peschiera. His reflection was cast over the largest body of blue in Italy. And since the 1960s, he saw in Trebbiano di Lugana something that few others had intuited: that the color, aromas, and favors of the white wine it produced could travel the world.” In the flash of an eye and the wonder of Lake Garda is all there: in the beauty of the landscape; in the naturalist, historic, and artistic value of the land; in the mild climate. The secret of Trebbiano di Lugana, a native grape variety planted on the southern banks of Lake Garda, is hidden in its origins.
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15. Barone Ricasoli Winery
Brolio Castle: symbol of the territory of the Chianti Classico area. Ricasoli is the most representative wine producer in the Chianti Classico area. With its gentle hills, velvety valleys and thick woodlands of oaks and chestnuts, the 1,200 hectares of property include almost 240 hectares of vineyards and 26 of olive groves. This creates a continuous succession of colors and hues around the Brolio Castle, which is located within the town limits of Gaiole in Chianti. Since 1993, Baron Francesco Ricasoli has been guiding this central Tuscan company in innovative challenges. This has been done with the deepest respect for his renowned ancestors who have made this territory great, Bettino Ricasoli first and foremost.
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16. Casanova di Neri Winery
“A sacred place, where a delicate balance is valued.”Our winery is situated in front of Montalcino, set in a unique context of great beauty, perfectly integrated in this splendid landscape. The building is mostly underground, facing north and with a natural room temperature without having to resort to air conditioning.It was planned following a rational design that supports our production principles of low impact and natural processes. The structure is on three levels so as to take advantage of gravity and was built according to the needs of Casanova di Neri and of our vision of the productive process, intent on respecting the quality of the grapes and on enhancing the characteristics of the different grapes and above all of the different vineyards that they come from.
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17. Roberto Voerzio Winery
The winery was founded in 1986 in La Morra, a village in the heart of the Langhe, always known for its vineyards, some of which were mentioned in the municipalities books since 1350. No wine is filtered . It’s not time that makes him great , but time brings out the large initial quality . For this we say that our Barolo , Barbera d’Alba reserve Pozzo dell’Annunziata and Merlot should be drunk not before 5-6 years of aging in the bottle and then evolve slowly over 20-30 years as long as they kept in optimal conditions.
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18.Siro Pacenti Winery
The Pacenti estate was established in 1970, with the purchase of the property north of Montalcino (Pelagrilli) by Siro, who then proceeded to plant some important vineyards, which are still there today, in the fresh, clay soils of the land overlooking Siena. In 1988, management passed into the hands of Giancarlo. This was the year of the harvest in which Rosso and Brunello di Montalcino Siro Pacenti were bottled for the first time.At the beginning of the Nineties, the estate expanded to include land south of Montalcino (Piancornello).
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19. Marchesi di Barolo Winery
Marchesi di Barolo historical cellars are located in the town of Barolo, in the building overlooking the Castle of the Marquis Falletti. It is here that more than 200 years ago a beautiful story began. The story of a wine cellar where, in the heart of the Langhe area and protected by gentle hills, a wine was born. That wine was then called Barolo, in honor of the town where it was produced for the first time.
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20. Antica Cascina dei Conti Roero Winery
The Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero estate was established in the early 1950s, when the Olivero family, Daniela’s parents, bought the Valmenera farmhouse in Vezza d’Alba. They added the land and vineyards already owned in the Certuti region, better known as Sru, in the municipal districts of Canale and Monteu Roero, now a UNESCO World Heritage core zone. In the beginning, it was a typical farm, cultivating fruit, vines and cereal crops, as well as keeping livestock. The turnaround came in the early Seventies, when the decision was made to focus exclusively on viticulture and winemaking.
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21. Frescobaldi Toscana Winery
The history of the Frescobaldi family starts over a thousand years ago and is closely connected with the history of Tuscany. At the high point of medieval Florence, the Frescobaldis spread their influence as bankers, earning the title of treasures to the English crown. A little later, with the flowering of the Renaissance, they became patrons of major works in Florence, such as the construction of the Santa Trinita bridge and the Basilica of Santo Spirito.
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22. Tenute Lunelli Winery
After three generations of winemaking, the Lunelli family decided to further its passion for producing outstanding wines by adding to the success obtained by its Ferrari Trentodoc. The range was extended to three wineries in three different regions of Italy: Tenuta Margon in Trentino, Tenuta Podernovo in Tuscany and Tenuta Castelbuono in Umbria.
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23. Vini Contini Winery
The Contini family’s estates extend for around 100 hectares along the Sinis peninsula, in the Tirso Valley and on the slopes of Mount Arci: they are located in a stunning part of the island, where the quality of the soil only goes to make it even more special. The company has a large number of vineyards which have been managed by a group of well-established growers for many generations now, in line with the local vine-growing tradition.
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24. Mastroberardino Winery
The Mastroberardino family estates are located in Irpinia, cradle of three DOCGs: Greco di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino and Taurasi , distributed in the various areas of the territory with the aim of preserving their identity and ensuring their first safeguard, continuity and development. then, of the native viticulture.
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