Wineries

    In the heart of Tuscany lies Chianti Classico, home to more than 345 wineries producing world-renowned wines.


    Wineries in Chianti Classico are nestled amongst vineyards, olive groves, and forests in the foothills of the Apennines. Photo by: Rocca di Montegrossi.

    Renowned for its rich history in winemaking dating back centuries, Chianti Classico continues to uphold its legacy of quality and tradition. Join us on a journey to meet the passionate vintners behind your favorite Chianti Classico wines.

    Let's delve into the list of Chianti Classico wineries and their exceptional wines.

    Chianti Classico Winery Facts
    • There are more than 345 wineries in Chianti Classico.
    • Chianti Classico has one of the oldest wineries in the world, dating back to the 1100s.
    • There are over 500 grape growers in Chianti Classico.
    • Chianti Classico wineries export to 160 different countries; the USA is their #1 market.
    Selected Chianti Classico Wineries

    Brancaia Image
    2 Wines
    Carpineto Image
    1 Wines
    Castelli del Grevepesa Image
    6 Wines

    Castelli del Grevepesa

    Welcome to the largest family of Chianti Classico On 21 June 1965, il Sir Gualtiero Armando Nunzi came together with an initial group of 18 winegrowers to unite under the name of Castelli del Grevepesa. Their shared intention was to bring together different people from the various areas of Florentine Chianti Classico in order to safeguard the land and maintain intact the hundreds of years of traditional Tuscan winegrowing: the long-established know-how that farmers still pass on today from one generation to the next.

    Producing:
    Sweet
    Sangiovese