The Antinori family has been involved in the production of wine for over six centuries, since 1385. Today is the 10th oldest company in the world still in the hands of the same family: the firm is run by Albiera Antinori with the support of her sisters Allegra and Alessia, directly involved in the business. Marquis Piero is now the honorary president of the company.

Over the course of the past 50 years Antinori has evolved in a collection of premium estates mainly located in Italy but also with a presence in USA (Napa Valley) and Chile (Maipo Valley)

‘Ancient roots play an important role in our work but they have never held back our spirit of innovation’ (Marchese Piero Antinori)

Tenuta Tignanello

 The Tenuta Tignanello estate is located between the Greve and Pesa river valleys in the heart of the Chianti Classico appellation. Solaia and Tignanello, the iconic wines of the estate, have been defined by the international press as among the most influential wines in the viticultural history of Italy. In these vineyards, the Antinori family, more than anywhere else, has expressed its principles and working philosophy: to reconcile tradition and modernity with wines which are strictly and authentically tied to their territories of origin. The label was designed by Silvio Coppola in 1974 for the release of Tignanello 1971. The idea to commission this artist was discussed at an event at Castello della Sala in 1973. Silvio Coppola was an important Italian graphic and interior designer who was famous for his minimalist lighting fixtures and austere furniture but also for book cover designs for Italian publishing company Feltrinelli. Silvio Coppola was the perfect match for the job. Marchese Piero Antinori, the current Honorary President, decided to have his father, Niccolò Antinori, sign the label as a sign of recognition for his father’s confidence in him. 

Antinori Wines

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Marchese Antinori, Chianti Classico Riserva, Tenuta Tignanello, Italy 2020 Magnum
Castello della Sala, Conte della Vipera, Semillon/Sauvignon, Umbria, Italy 2022 Magnum
Prunotto, Moscato D’Asti, Piemonte, Italy 2022 (75cl)
Castello della Sala, Muffato della Sala, Umbria, Italy 2019
Marchese Antinori, Blanc de Blancs Franciacorta, Italy NV
Tormaresca, Roycello Fiano, Salento, Puglia 2022
Guado al Tasso, Vermentino, Bolgheri 2022
Jermann, Pinot Grigio, Friuli-Venezia Giulia 2021
Tormaresca, Bocca di Lupo, Pietrabianca Chardonnay, Castel del Monte, Puglia 2022
Jermann, Afix Riesling. Friuli-Venezia Giulia 2020
Cervaro della Sala, Umbria 2021
Prunotto, Bansella Barbera, Nizza 2020
Botrosecco, Le Mortelle Cabernet, Maremma, Tuscany 2020
Prunotto, Occhetti Nebbiolo, Langhe 2021
Tormaresca, Torcicoda Primitivo, Salento, Puglia 2021
Marchese Antinori, Chianti Classico Riserva, Tenuta Tignanello 2020
Badia a Passignano, Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 2020
Le Mortelle, Poggio alle Nane, Maremma Toscana 2020
Pian delle Vigne, Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany 2018
Antinori, Tignanello, Tuscany 2019
Prunotto, Cerretta Barolo, Piemonte 2018
Guado al Tasso, Bolgheri Superiore, Tuscany 2019
Guado al Tasso, Bolgheri Superiore, Tuscany 2000
Marchese Antinori, Ampio delle Mortelle, Tuscany 2017
Antinori, Solaia, Tuscany 2019
Guado al Tasso, Matarocchio, Tuscany 2017
Haras De Pirque Albaclara Sauvignon Blanc, Maipo Valley, Chile 2022
Haras de Pirque Galantas, Cabernet Franc, Maipo Valley, Chile 2020

Badia a Passignano

One of the most ancient areas in the Chianti Classico region. Badia a Passignano is located above the town of Sambuca Val di Pesa, just 3 kilometres south of the Tenuta Tignanello estate. The property extends over an area of 223 hectares (551 acres), of which 65 hectares (160 acres) are planted with vines. The estate’s historical importance in the Chianti region is well documented in hundreds of volumes that are kept in the Florence State Archives that provide descriptions and details about the Sangiovese vineyards and local crops over the centuries. Further proof of this came to light in 1983 when a thousand-year-old vitis vinifera plant was discovered on the land surrounding Badia a Passignano. The wines are vinified at the Tignanello estate and then gently aged in the cellar beneath the badia (abbey). This abbey itself dates back to the 10th Century. 

Guado al Tasso 

In the 1930s the Tenuta Belvedere estate (later renamed Guado al Tasso) was inherited by Carlotta della Gherardesca Antinori, the mother of Piero Antinori. It is located in the world famous Bolgheri area (home of many “Supertuscans”) where 300 hectares of vineyards are cultivated, mainly with French red varieties (Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Syrah, Petit Verdot). After the collaboration with Sassicaia ended in 1989, Piero Antinori released the first vintage of Guado al Tasso in 1990: it is now the flagship wine of the estate and one of the most sought after in the area. 


Prunotto was founded as a cooperative (“Ai Vini delle Langhe”) in 1904, and after WWI, one of the members, Alfredo Prunotto, took over. On retirement he sold the company to the Colla brothers who were the first to map single vineyards in the Langhe area, releasing Barbera Pian Romualdo and Barolo Bussia in 1961. Antinori got involved in 1989, starting a plan of vineyard acquisition in the heart of the appellation 

Le Mortelle

The Le Mortelle estate, near Castiglione della Pescaia (Lower Maremma, Tuscany), has belonged to the Antinori family since 1999, and they have worked both on the vineyards and the new cellars with the firm conviction that the area, at the time just emerging into prominence in the overall panorama of Italian wine, had a very considerable potential for the production of high-quality wine.