Vienna

The family

Since 1385, the Antinori family has been shaping the Italian wine world with six centuries of experience and 26 generations. Under the management of Marchese Piero Antinori and his three daughters, the winery combines tradition and innovation. Antinori, known for its leading role in the production of quality wines, embodies passion and hospitality in the Cantinetta Antinori on Vienna's Stephansplatz.

La Famiglia

Antinori

Antinori Wines

The quality of Antinori wines is deeply rooted in the Florentine dynasty's 600-year winemaking tradition. The soil and the carefully selected grape varieties characterise their unmistakable character. This heritage, coupled with a constant striving for innovation, makes Antinori wines true essences of Italy.

Toscana

Marchese Antinori | Firenze

Antinoris
Chianti Classico

Antinori wines, produced in traditional wineries such as Tenuta Tignanello, Badia a Passignano and Pèppoli in the Chianti region, are known for their use of the Sangiovese grape. This grape variety, often blended with small proportions of other varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, is essential for Chianti Classico, which must contain at least 80% Sangiovese. The Pèppoli and Badia a Passignano wineries produce renowned Chianti Classico wines that are known for their ruby red colour, berry aromas and velvety tannins.

Villa Antinori Bianco
Toscana IGT

Riesling | Pinot bianco | Trebbiano

Pèppoli Chianti
Classico DOCG

Sangiovese | Merlot | Syrah

Villa Antinori Rosso
Toscana IGT

Sangiovese | Cabernet Sauvignon | Merlot | Syrah

Villa Antinori Chianti
Classico DOCG Riserva

 Sangiovese

Toscana

Tenuta Tignanello

The birthplace of the Supertuscan

The winery in the heart of Chianti is the Antinori family's testing ground, where the Super Tuscans began. Piero Antinori revolutionised Tuscan wine in the 1970s by challenging the rules of Chianti production. He created the first Super Tuscan, Tignanello, by minimising the proportion of white grape varieties and eventually dispensing with them altogether. He also introduced an innovation by ageing Sangiovese in barrique barrels for the first time.

The Tignanello Toscana IGT, composed of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, is today one of the world's most renowned wines, known for its deep ruby red colour, velvety tannins and a lively, complex finish. Another famous wine from the family is Solaia, a red wine made primarily from Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc with a proportion of Sangiovese.

Tignanello
Toscana IGT 

Sangiovese | Cabernet Sauvignon | Cabernet Franc 

Solaia  
Toscana IGT

Cabernet Sauvignon |Cabernet Franc | Sangiovese

Marchese Antinori Chianti
Classico DOCG Riserva

Sangiovese

Toscana

Pian delle Vigne | Montalcino

From the Brunello di Montalcino region

Another of Italy's smallest red wine regions is located in Tuscany, not far from Siena: Brunello di Montalcino. This region is named after the Brunello grape variety, which is actually a clone of Sangiovese, which is very common in Tuscany.

However, in contrast to Chianti Classico, Brunello is always single-varietal and one hundred percent "Sangiovese", so to speak. The Pian delle Vigne vineyard run by the Antinori family has been producing single-varietal Brunello since the 1990s now. The maturation in large barrels renders the Brunello wines of the Pian delle Vigne – such as the Pian delle Vigne Rosso di Montalcino DOC or the Pian delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino DOCG – especially fruity and fresh reds.

Tenuta Pian delle Vigne
Rosso di Montalcino DOC 

Sangiovese

Brunello di Montalcino 
DOCG Pian delle Vigne

Sangiovese

Vignaferrovia, Brunello di
Montalcino Riserva DOCG

Sangiovese

Toscana

La Braccesca | Montepulciano

From the Montepulciano region

The La Braccesca winery, which has been owned by the Antinori family since 1990 and is located in the heart of the Montepulciano region, boasts the perfect climate for growing Syrah. This is where Antinori produces the two Syrahs Achelo Cortona DOC and Bramasole, as well as the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, the main component of which must again be Sangiovese. These include the Braccesca Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG and the Vigneto Santa Pia Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG Riserva.

Achelo Cortona
DOC Rosso

Syrah

Vino Nobile di
Montepulciano DOCG

Prugnolo | Merlot

Bramasole
Cortona DOC

Syrah

Santa Pia Vino Nobile di
Montepulciano DOCG Riserva

Prugnolo

Toscana

Tenuta Guado al Tasso | Bolgheri

From the coast of Livorno

The 320-hectare Tenuta Guado al Tasso vineyard, located in the Bolgheri DOC area, is known for its mild maritime climate and diverse soil types, which give the wines their unmistakable character. Varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah thrive here, as well as the indigenous Vermentino.

In addition to aromatic, straw-coloured Vermentino, the Tenuta also produces fruity Rosatos and outstanding red wines, including the Matarocchio Bolgheri DOC Superiore made from Cabernet Franc and the single-varietal Merlot Cont'Ugo. The winery is particularly well known for its cuvées such as Il Bruciato and the Guado al Tasso Bolgheri DOC Superiore, a complex blend that regularly ranks among the top-rated wines.

Vermentino
Bolgheri DOC

Vermentino

Scalabrone Bolgheri
Rosato DOC

Cabernet Sauvignon | Merlot | Syrah

Il Bruciato
Bolgheri DOC

Cabernet Sauvignon | Merlot | Syrah

Guado al Tasso
Bolgheri DOC Superiore

Cabernet Sauvignon | Cabernet Franc | Merlot

Friuli

Jermann | Dolegna del Collio

Masterpieces from Friuli

Silvio Jermann took over the farm in the 1970s and has expanded it greatly. Jermann currently owns 170 hectares, 20 of which are cultivated organically. Silvio Jermann was one of the driving forces behind the renewal of Friuli's wines and created fresh, clear and varietally typical wines.
His masterpiece is Vintage Tunina, a skilful blend of Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Ribolla Gialla, Malvasia Istriana and Picolit. Since its first vintage in 1975, Vintage Tunina has been one of the reference points of Italian wine. Vintage Tunina is the wine that has most frequently been awarded the coveted three glasses by Gambero Rosso.
"The intensive collaboration with Antinori is a new beginning for us, so we are ideally equipped for the challenges of the future," explains Silvio Jermann. The Antinori family has been the majority owner of Jermann since 2021.

Pinot Grigio
Friuli DOC

Pinot Grigio

Sauvignon Venezia
Giulia IGT

Sauvignon Blanc

Vintage Tunina
Venezia Giulia IGT

Chardonnay | Sauvignon blanc | Ribolla Galla | Malvasia

"Where dreams have no end"
Venezia Giulia IGT

Chardonnay

PIEDMONT

Casa Vinicola Alfredo Prunotto | Alba

From Piedmont

Located between Barbaresco and Barolo, the Prunotto winery has been known for its outstanding wines since the early 20th century and was taken over by the Antinori family in 1994. Prunotto continues to produce the traditional red wine varieties Barolo and Barbaresco from the indigenous Nebbiolo grape, known for its high alcohol content and suitability for long ageing.

Barbaresco and Barolo differ in their tannin content and the required ageing period; Barolo requires twice as long an ageing period as Barbaresco. In addition to Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera are also common in the region, with Barbera being characterised by its strength and early drinking maturity. The Antinori family also produces excellent white and sweet wines such as Roero Arneis DOC and Moscato d'Asti DOCG from regional white wine grapes such as Arneis and Moscato.

Arneis
Langhe DOC

Arneis

Barbaresco
DOCG

Nebbiolo

Barolo Bussia
DOCG

Nebbiolo

Vigna Colonnello Barolo
Bussia Riserva DOCG

Nebbiolo

Apulia

Tormaresca | Castel del Monte

Wines from Apulia

Since 1998, the Antinori family has been running the Tormaresca winery in Apulia, which, thanks to its favourable climatic conditions, is the perfect complement to the other wineries. Tormaresca comprises two estates: Tenuta Bocca di Lupo in Castel del Monte DOC, where organic viticulture is also practised, and Masseria in the north of Salento. Highlights include the organic white wine Pietrabianca Castel del Monte DOC, a blend of Chardonnay and Fiano, and Bocca di Lupo Castel del Monte DOC, a red wine made from the ancient Aglianico grape variety, known for its strong tannins and chocolaty notes. The region is also known for the Primitivo grape, from which the spicy and powerful Torcicoda Primitivo Salento IGT is made.

Chardonnay
Puglia IGT

Chardonnay

Calafuria Negroamaro
Rosato Salento IGT

Negroamaro

Masseria Maime
Salento IGT

Negroamaro

Torcicoda Primitivo
Salento IGT

Primitivo

UMBRIA

Castello della Sala | Sala

The white wines of the Antinoris

Since the 1980s, the Antinori family has specialised in the production of white wines in addition to red and sparkling wines. Their Castello della Sala winery near Orvieto cultivates both traditional and international grape varieties such as Grechetto, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling. A significant milestone was the creation of Cervaro della Sala in 1985, one of the first Italian white wines to be matured in barriques and now considered one of the best in Italy. In addition to the single-varietal Chardonnay Bramito Umbria IGT, Antinori also produces cuvées such as the Conte della Vipera Umbria IGT from Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon and the Muffato della Sala, an exclusive sweet wine from particularly outstanding vintages.

Cervaro della
Sala Umbria IGT

Chardonnay | Grechetto

Conte della Vipera
Umbria IGT

Sauvignon Blanc | Semillon

San Giovanni della Sala
Orvieto Classico Superiore

Grechetto | Viognier | Pinot Bianco | Procanico

Muffato della Sala
Umbria IGT

Sauvignon Blanc | Grechetto | Traminer | Riesling

LOMBARDY

Montenisa Franciacorta

Sparkling wines from Franciacorta

The name of the region – "Little France" – believed to date back to Charles the Great, could not be more fitting. This is where sparkling wines such as Champagne are produced by secondary fermentation in the bottle. The Antinori family owns a winery here called Montenisa, where the vineyards are mainly cultivated with Chardonnay, Pinot Nero and Pinot Bianco, the most important varieties for the Italian sparkling wine, Franciacorta. White variants such as the Cuvée Royale Brut Franciacorta DOCG as well as rosés such as Marchese Antinori Rosé Brut Franciacorta DOCG are among the Italian "champagnes" of the Antinori family.

Cuvée Royale Brut
Franciacorta DOCG 

Chardonnay | Pinot Noir | Pinot Blanc

Marchese Antinori Rosé
Brut Franciacorta DOCG

Pinot Noir

Marchese Antinori Blanc de
Blancs Brut Franciacorta DOCG

Chardonnay