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The wine Marquis in Tuscany: Antinori history and tradition since 1385
Region Toscana (Italia)
Foundation Year 1385
Vineyard hectares 324
Annual production 1.700.000 bt
Address Antinori nel Chianti Classico, Via Cassia per Siena, 133 - 50026 Bargino, San Casciano Val di Pesa (FI)
Oenologist Renzo Cotarella

Antinori is one of the world's most influential and appreciated families for producing fine wines of the highest quality. To trace their origins, it is necessary to go back to 1385 when Giovanni di Piero Antinori joined the Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri. In the 16th century, Alessandro Antinori travelled between France and Spain to make his bottles known beyond the borders. Success is assured, and Antinori wine is also famous abroad. Twenty-six generations have now passed, but in all these seven centuries, the name of this great family has been able to shine ever brighter and conquer the palate of many lovers of the beverage of Bacchus. Today, at the reins of the Antinori estate is Marchese Piero, who is supported by his daughters Albiera, Allegra, and Alessia. An endless success story!

Marchesi Antinori is synonymous with the history and tradition of Italian wine. It is a true pioneer in enhancing the Sangiovese grape variety, which has now become an integral part of Italian winemaking culture, in whose development it has actively collaborated year after year. The first estates in Tuscany and Umbria have been succeeded by others, confirming the passion and foresight of this family, which is credited with bringing the Tuscan character of its wines to the international wine scene. A great strength of the Antinori winery is that it never has rested despite the name earned, but on the contrary, it has continued to experiment even to this day. It is a temple of wine culture since it also houses a museum with the family's art collection. In addition, the winery in the Chianti area, renovated in 2012 after a good 6 years of work, is among the most spectacular estates in Italy, a mix of design, luxury and elegance that seems to merge with the surrounding land. It is also part of the Toscana Wine Architecture, a project that combines great wineries with the art of contemporary masters. In short, Antinori Winery reconciles tradition and innovation, modernity and the past for continued future success.

Antinori wines are among the world's most embellished and sought-after bottles, always a symbol of luxury and nobility. Solaia is undoubtedly one of the most appreciated Italian wines in the world, a symbol of a constant search for quality implemented by the family. Tignanello is also certainly a top name, not to mention Brunello di Montalcino or Chianti Classico, which are all the highest levels. Tradition and value are intertwined in the name that has become a legend over many centuries and that today confirms, day after day, the reasons behind such a significant history.

"Le antiche radici giocano un ruolo importante nella nostra filosofia, ma non hanno mai inibito il nostro spirito innovativo"

Marchese Piero Antinori


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