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Visit Nittardi

Autumn is a beautiful moment to visit Chianti Classico and Nittardi. We look forward to have you here for a tour of the house and the sculpture garden and of course a wine tasting of Belcanto, Casanuova di Nittardi, Ad Astra and Nectar Dei. Please note that currently Nittardi Riserva Chianti Classico 750ml is sold…

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Casanuova di Nittardi 2015

JOE TILSON CREATES THE XXXV ART LABEL FOR THE CHIANTI CLASSICO CASANUOVA DI NITTARDI VIGNA DOGHESSA 2015   Nittardi’s distinctively strong bond with wine, art and culture has found new, cheerful expression with the 2015 Chianti Classico. Since 1981, the label and wrapping paper for each vintage of Chianti Classico Casanuova di Nittardi Vigna Doghessa…

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Viva, sempre viva, Peter

A new barrel has find its place in our winery. It’s a 3500-lt engraved botte of French oak wood, and it’s meant to celebrate a very special anniversary. On 20th April 1967, a very young Peter Femfert was travelling on a plane that took off from Colombo, Sri Lanka, directed to Basel. Peter Femfert, at…

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“Déformation Professionelle”: meet our new statue

“Déformation Professionelle” is the title chosen by Johann Willsberger for the statue he conceptualised for Nittardi: a 3,5-metres-long scuplture, made of hand-wrought iron, that resembles an elegant corkscrew. This masterpiece of handcraft has been realised with the assistance of the blacksmith Philipp Trenkle and his crew, who incessantly worked on the iron with the only aid…

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Casanuova di Nittardi 2014

Hsiao Chin Creates the 34th Artist Label for Nittardi   A Symphony in Red for the 2014 Vintage of “Casanuova di Nittardi” Chianti Classico, Vigna Doghessa     The long journey of the artist Hsiao Chin (in Chinese, 蕭 勤; pronounced “chow chin”) began in 1935, when he was born to a high-level bourgeois, intellectual…

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“Alle meine Tiere”: our pyramid, by Klaus Zylla

“Alle meine Tiere” (All my animals) is a sculpture that Klaus Zylla realised for Nittardi last year, after spending a month together with the staff and family in the property. The pyramid has been realised using terracotta tiles, which have been painted and then composed in a pyramidal shape after being oven-cooked for 3 days…

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