• Marchesi Antinori

    Across 26 generations, the Antinori family has maintained their legacy, making them one of the oldest continuously family-owned companies globally.

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  • Tenuta di Argiano

    We're huge fans of Tenuta di Argiano - easily some of the best value in Montalcino. We weren't surprised to see the 2018 awarded Wine Spectator's Wine of the Year in 2023!

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  • Castiglion del Bosco

    Castiglion del Bosco was a founding member of the Brunello Consorzio in 1967 and is one of the most historic producers in the region. Owners Massimo and Chiara Ferragamo are on a roll and this estate is pushing further and further up the ranks.

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  • Cortonesi

    Cortonesi stands out as a pioneer in Montalcino's "single vineyard" Brunello. Shifting from a blend to two distinct wines in the 1990s, they capture the distinctiveness of their prime sites.

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  • Giodo

    Giodo is the solo venture of Carlo Ferrini, arguably Italy’s highest profile wine consultant, who works with San Leonardo, Siepi, and Castello di Romitorio, to name a few.

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  • Le Gode

    Owned and run by the Ripaccioli family for 56 years, this rising star practices classic Montalcino traditionalism with a minimalist approach to winemaking, producing quintessential Brunello on a small scale in the north on Montosoli hill.

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  • Mastrojanni

    We've worked closely with this estate for years and it's been a pleasure to see them go from strength to strength, regularly numbering among the top estates of the vintage.

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  • Castello di Romitorio

    Encompassing a rich history, an intimate connection to the land, and an unwavering commitment to crafting exceptional wines, the estate encapsulates the spirit of Montalcino.

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  • Patrizia Cencioni

    Inspired by her grandfather, Giuseppe Cencioni, a founding member of the Brunello di Montalcino Consorzio, Patrizia Cencioni opened her own winery and pioneered an entirely new agricultural approach to winemaking. We are permanently impressed with the results.

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  • Cava d'Onice

    In 2005 Simone and his family established Cava d’Onice, a tribute to a nearby Etruscan onyx quarry. This is very much a family affair and an estate to watch closely.

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  • Poggio Antico

    One of Tuscany’s most famous estates and the first Brunello to join the Bordeaux-based negociant system of La Place, Poggio Antico occupies an enviable spot to the south of Montalcino.

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  • Valdicava

    Valdicava, a Tuscan estate that encapsulates the essence of Montalcino's rich viticultural heritage. Renowned wine critic Robert Parker himself lauds Valdicava, positioning it among the top echelon of Brunello di Montalcino producers.

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