Produced from our youngest vines, our Chianti Classico d’Annata combines readiness and abandon on the palate with the depth that the Monsanto lands give our wines..
An accessible example of the unique style and character of Castello di Monsanto wines. This multi-faceted wine can be enjoyed straight away or left to develop and evolve as the….
It was Il Poggio vineyard, way back in 1962, that heralded the start of Castello di Monsanto’s journey in wine production, with the first harvest presided over by founding father….
Our Sangioveto Grosso is made from another of our crus, the “Scanni” vineyard. This wine is the embodiment of the revolutionary nature that has always been synonymous with the history….
In the mid-1970s, while the debate around whether or not international vines could be legitimately grown in central Tuscany was raging, Fabrizio Bianchi decided to plant Cabernet Sauvignon in the….
Our Chardonnay is the brainchild of Fabrizio Bianchi, who – in the mid-1970s – decided to plant these vines on the company’s land outside of the Chianti Classico denomination. Inspired….
Not produced using the saignée method, but through a short grape maceration period, our Rosé is produced from our youngest Sangiovese grapes. The wine has a good structure and a….
Made from our vineyards situated outside of the Chianti Classico denomination, our Chianti D.O.C.G. Monrosso is the perfect gateway wine, with a stylish elegance which is instantly recognizable..
Made from Trebbiano and Malvasia grapes harvested in October and left to dry until early February, Castello di Monsanto’s Vinsanto is produced according to strict traditions. The must is stored….