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Wineries in Toscana

A mix of large farms owned by aristocratic dynasties, small producers who punch above their size, and innovative wineries led by visionary entrepreneurs shapes the Tuscan wine scene. These are some of the most highly regarded Tuscan wine brands.
 

 

What are the most important Wineries in Toscana?​

 

Big Wineries

  • Antinori
  • Banfi
  • Frescobaldi
  • Cecchi
  • Col d’Orcia
  • Mazzei / Castello di Fonterutoli
  • Piccini
  • Ruffino

Cult Wineries Producing Chianti Classico and/or Sangiovese-based Supertuscans:

  • Antinori
  • Badia a Coltibuono
  • Barone Ricasoli
  • Castello di Ama
  • Castello Monsanto
  • Felsina
  • Fontodi
  • Isole e Olena
  • Istine
  • Lamole di Lamole
  • Montevertine
  • Riecine
  • Rocca delle Macie
  • San Felice
  • San Giusto a Rentennano

Cult Wineries Producing Brunello di Montalcino:

  • Altesino
  • Caparzo
  • Argiano
  • Biondi-Santi
  • Casanova di Neri
  • Gianni Brunelli – Le Chiuse di Sotto
  • Gianfranco Soldera
  • Il Marroneto
  • Le Chiuse
  • Le Potazzine
  • Luce della Vite
  • Poggio di Sotto
  • Salvioni
  • Valdicava

Cult Important Wineries from Other Wine-Growing Areas:

  • Tenuta dell’Ornellaia
  • Le Macchiole
  • Antinori – Guado al Tasso
  • Argentiera
  • Tenuta San Guido (Sassicaia)
  • Fattoria Selvapiana
  • Bibi Graetz
  • Boscarelli
  • Avignonesi
  • Tua Rita
  • Fattoria Le Pupille
  • Petra
  • Rocca di Frassinello
  • Duemani

Up-and-Coming Wineries

Chianti Classico:

  • Cigliano di Sopra
  • Caparsa
  • Istine
  • Ipsus
  • Val delle Corti
  • Tenuta di Carleone

Brunello di Montalcino:

  • Giodo
  • Podere Le Ripi
  • Pietroso
  • Ridolfi
  • Val di Suga
  • Tenuta Buon Tempo

Other Wine-Growing Areas:

  • Dei
  • Fabio Motta
  • Fattoria del Trebbio
  • Fattoria di Fibbiano
  • Michele Satta
  • Montepeloso
  • Salcheto
  • Terenzuola

Natural Wine Producers

Chianti Classico:

  • Buondonno
  • Candialle
  • Castello dei Rampolla
  • I Fabbri
  • Monte Bernardi
  • Montesecondo
  • Pacina
  • Podere Le Boncie
  • Terreno

Brunello di Montalcino:

  • Casa Raia
  • Colleoni
  • Fonterenza
  • Il Paradiso di Manfredi
  • Stella di Campalto
  • Tiezzi

Other Wine-Growing Areas:

  • Calafata
  • Macchion dei Lupi
  • Malgiacca
  • Massa Vecchia
  • Podere Concori
  • Stefano Amerighi
  • Tenuta di Ghizzano
  • Tenuta di Valgiano

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