With more than 625 years of winemaking history, you would expect the Antinori family to own some prime wine country real estate. And you would be right. The family’s estates in Tuscany and Umbria are some of the best parcels for winegrowing in Italy and the world. To explore these properties and the wines in our Italian portfolio, click here
Antinori's two newest wine estates are Le Mortelle, located in the western hills of Tuscany, and Marchesi Antinori Chianti Classico Cellar, located in Bargino, Italy.
Named in honor of the wild mytle that grows in this area of Tuscany, Le Mortelle was built as an undergroud winey so that the beautiful lands of Tuscany would not be obscured with buildings and cellars. Visitors are encouraged to contact Le Mortelle directly to set up your private visit.
Marchesi Antinori Chianti Classico Cellar is a revolutionary, state-of-the-art facility that opened in mid-March 2013. Concealed within a hill in Chianti Classico, the expansive facility unveils an entire underground world of Antinori. The only site to be seen from street level is the restaurant terrace looking out onto the expansive Chianti vineyards. Below are several levels of contemporary architecture that house: a winery and tasting room, where the full portfolio of Antinori wines can be tasted; a museum featuring pieces from Antinori’s historic art collection; a wine and book shop; and more. Stationed between each of the attractions are remarkable sculptures and icons by artist collaborators, which demonstrate incredible artistry and philosophical meaning. Visit the property's website for more details.