Tuscan wines.

Flavors of Montaione from 1965


DOCG wines from the vineyards
of Borgo Amarrante

Borgo Amarrante is an acclaimed and appreciated area for the production of Tuscan wines of excellent quality. This ancient medieval borough is surrounded by more than four hectares of vineyards: facing east, south and west, they produce red Sangiovese and Colorino grapes and the white Trebbiano and Malvasia varieties, allowing the winery to offer two excellent reds, one white and a classic Vin Santo.


All the aroma
of Tuscan soil

In the Borgo Amarrante cellars, wine is made according to the Chianti rules that insist on the traditional method allowing the grapes to ferment naturally. The sandy, stony nature of the soil, of Pliocene origin, together with the vicinity of woods and thickets of wild brambles donate colours, aromas and unmistakeable flavours to the exquisiteness of Amarrante wines.


Red Wine

By mixing 95% Sangiovese grapes and 5% Colorino we obtain an excellent DOCG Chianti red wine. The Borgo Amarrante red wine, fermented in cement vats and refined under glass, has a fruity aroma, with a particular hint of wild blackberry.

White Wine

The production of Tuscan wine at Borgo Amarrante is completed by a decidedly fruity white, straw yellow in colour, with a fresh bouquet. Our white wine is delicate and particularly aromatic, ideal at table with dishes of all kinds, but especially with fish and risottos. Served chilled, it is perfect as an aperitif.


“Puccio barricato” is the result of mixing Sangiovese, Colorino and Canaiolo grapes. The wine is refined in precious French oak barriques for two years. Characterized by a more spicy taste, with fugacious fruity hints.