Castellare di Castellina is one of the most iconic names in the Chianti Classico appellation. Famed for the decorative birds that adorn the labels, this top estate consistently produces excellent wines.
Poggio al Sole is a highly regarded 23 hectare estate in the Chianti Classico area of Tuscany. Owned by the Davaz family, Poggio al Sole produces wines from international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. Alongside the Chianti Classico, there is also a mono varietal Canaiolo.
Barone Ricasoli is one of the great historical wine producers of Italy, with the release of their Chianti dating back to 1872. Today the Tuscan estate commands an excellent reputation for premium wines.
The Beconcini estate was created in the 1950s when Pietro’s grandfather started to acquire vineyard parcels from the Marchesi Ridolfi family. Today the company continues the tradition of producing Sangiovese under the Chianti appellation, as well as a number of wines blended with local Tuscan varieties such as Malvasia Nera and Colorino di Valdarno.
Based in Gaiole in Chianti, Rocca di Castagnoli is one of the largest estates in the Chianti Classico area. They are best known for their Chianti Classico Riserva ‘Poggio a’Frati’ and the Gran Selezione ‘Stielle’, as well as the Supertuscans Buriano and Le Pratola.