Marchesi Antinori. The heart beats Tuscany...
The Marchesi Antinori family is one of the oldest wine-growing families in the world. The Tuscan landscape is famous for its beauty, which is probably unique in the interplay of vineyards, olive groves and cypresses with castles and romantic oak forests. The Chianti Classico wine region is located in the heart of this region where the Antinori family grows some of the most renowned Italian wines. For over 600 years it has been dedicated to wine making and was first mentioned in a document in 1385 when it joined the Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri, the Florentine wine producers.
Marchesi Antinori. Futuro Antico
26 generations of viticulture. The future is rooted in the past. Piero Marchese Antinori runs the company together with his three daughters, the marquises Albiera, Allegra and Alessia. A look at the history, today's work and the successes associated with it shows what Antinori stands for: On the one hand for traditions that have been built up over centuries, on the other hand for innovations that are reflected in the new developments. Intuition and passion complete the Antinoris canon of values. The constant experimentation with vineyards and wineries, the spirit of innovation and the visions show the passion with which Antinoris works to develop quality and sustainability. One of the most famous wines in the world, the Tignanello was born in 1970, a real revolution in the Tuscan and international wine world.
The company is a member of the Primum Familiae Vini, which brings together the best winegrowers in the world and facilitates exchange. In addition to wine production, the company is also involved in olive oil production and operates restaurants and wine shops in Florence, Tuscany, Zurich, Vienna, Moscow. Piero Antinori's love for the art and culture of Tuscany is reflected in the work of the Accademia Antinori: This institution has made it its mission to promote art while at the same time protecting, collecting and researching the art treasures of the region.
Marchesi Antinori. From Tuscany to the world
"Old roots play an important role in our philosophy, but they have never hindered our spirit of innovation. (Marchese Piero Antinori)
Over time, the wine empire continues to grow. Today it is made up of select and famous family-owned vineyards in Tuscany and Umbria, Apulia, Piedmont and Franciacorta, Europe and overseas. They give the Antinoris' thirst for research and progress free rein to produce only excellent wines.
With the construction of the architecturally spectacular and innovative underground winery in the Antinori nel Chianti Classico headquarters in San Casciano Val di Pesa, as well as the new additions to the wineries in the Chianti Classico San Sano and Tenuta Capraia, the family is clearly committed to its Tuscan roots.
- Antinori nel Chianti Classico, San Casciano Val di Pesa,
- Tenuta Pèppoli, Chianti Classico
- Tenuta Tignanello, Chianti Classico
- Badia a Passignano, Chianti Classico
- Pian delle Vigne, Montalcino
- Castello della Sala, Orvieto
- Tenuta Guado al Tasso, Bolgheri
- Marchese Antinori, Tenuta Montenisa, Florence and Franciacorta
- Fattoria Aldobrandesca, Sovana (Maremma)
- Le Mortelle, Castiglione della Pescaia
- Tenuta Monteloro, Fiesole
- La Braccesca, Cortona - Montepulciano
- Santa Cristina, Cortona
- Tormaresca, Castel Del Monte, Salento (Puglia)
- Prunotto, Barolo - Barbaresco (Piedmont)
- Tüzkö, Hungary
- Vitis Metamorfosis, Romania
- Meridiana Wine Estate, Malta
- Antica, Napa Valley (USA)
- Stag's Leap Wine Cellars, Napa Valley (USA)
- Col Solare, Washinton State (USA)
- Haras de Pirque, Chile
More information about Marchesi Antinori
|Company Name:||MARCHESI ANTINORI S.p.A.|
|Street:||Via Cassia per Siena 133|
|City:||50026 San Casciano Val di Pesa (FI)|
|Contact & Web|
|Telephone:||+39 055 23 595|
|Year of Incorporation:||1385|
|Company Group:||MARCHESI ANTINORI S.p.A.|
|Company Owner:||Antinori family|
|Managing Director:||Piero Marchese Antinori|
|Cultivated Area:||Chianti Classico; Montalcino; Maremma; Bolgheri; Umbria; Montepulciano; Franciacorta; Piemont; Ungarn; Rumänien; Malta; Napa Valley (USA); Washinton Estate (USA); Chile|