Royal Horticultural Halls, London Tuesday 3 March 2020

Sangiovese is Italy’s most planted red grape by far. This very fact, however, tends to obscure that it is also one of Italy’s – and the world’s – best varieties, capable of producing compelling, long lasting wines full of personality. Not only that: except for Pinot Noir, this noble grape is able like no other to convey a clear message of origin and originality right into the glass. It is as fickle as Pinot Noir too: this primadonna does not respond well to anything less than the best sites and low yields, whilst in the cellar it demands a hands-off, low-intervention approach to show its greatness.
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Campinuovi at Retourn to Terroir – La renaissance des appellations


Dear Friends,

we like to provide you some information for our next tasting in Vienna, MQ – Museumsquartier, sunday 10.06.2018, from 11 to 19. The tasting will take place in the halls: Arena21 and Ovalhalle (next to the main entry).

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Campinuovi at Vinitaly 2018

Campinuovi al Vinitaly

Campinuovi on the Slow Wine 2018 guide!

Our Montecucco Sangiovese Riserva 2013 has been awarded and featured on the Slow Wine 2018 guide!

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The “Il venerdì” review of our Montecucco Sangiovese

Our Montecucco Sangiovese on “Il venerdì” di Repubblica, the weekly magazine of one of Italy’s leading national daily newspapers you can read the review here (in italian).

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Once again Ian d’Agata talks about us!

Read the review of our wines featured on  Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar… Read more

Decanter discovers Montecucco!

An authentic taste of Tuscany. Wine lovers who want a true taste of Tuscany should discover the little-known wines of Montecucco, urges Richard Baudains.

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Montecucco Sangiovese 2009 on Jancis Robinson’s blog

Walter Speller reviews our Montecucco Sangiovese 2009 he tasted last May at RAW in London. Read full article here.