It is one of the most famous and renowned wines, a quintessential symbol of Tuscany and of “Made in Italy” products in the world. Born in the heart of Tuscany, its production is regulated by strict laws that protect its quality standards. Obtained mainly from Sangiovese grapes, it has a red color, which tends to turn into garnet red with aging.DISCOVER
Only a small portion of the entire production of Chianti is allocated to reserves. The best grapes are selected during the harvest to be aged in oak barrels, which enrich the taste of the wine giving their aroma and accelerating the evolutionary processes.DISCOVER
Known worldwide, Amarone is the noble wine of Verona.
The clusters dedicated to the production of Amarone must be completely undamaged, with berries not too serried, so as to allow the passage of air during the delicate process of drying that takes place on special racks, which are constantly monitored.DISCOVER
An exclusive cuvée created by the union between the experience of Scuderia Italia and the craftsmanship of skilled winemakers and vintners of the winery Drei Donà. This collaboration has resulted in a unique wine, an accurate dose of three of the finest vineyards in the world: Sangiovese, Cabernet, Sauvignon and Merlot.DISCOVER
One of the most famous red wines in the world, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG is produced in Tuscany, within the Municipality of Montalcino, in Siena’s province, a territory with a centenary vocation for top quality vineyards. Made exclusively of Sangiovese grapes, it lends itself to aging, maturing and improving over time. It can be stored for a minimum of ten years and up to thirty, depending on the characteristics of the vintage production.DISCOVER
It is known to be “the King of Wines, the Wine of the Kings”, loved by sovereigns and nobles since the Middle Ages; it is recognized among the most famous and renowned red wines in the world.
Its production is subject to a very restrictive production’s technical policy.DISCOVER