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New sculpture by Riccardo Cordero

English version / Versione Italiana vedere sotto Our sculpture garden has recently welcomed a new piece. “ET” is a magnificent work of art realised by a long-time friend of Nittardi, Riccardo Cordero, in 2008. The sculpture is entirely made of bronze, and it reproduces the visual and geometrical themes defining the world of the artist:

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96 points for Belcanto 2017 Chianti Classico

Our Belcanto 2017 received 96 points from Luca Gardini, the best sommelier in the world and one of the most famous Italian Wine Critics. Belcanto 2017 is a field blend based on Sangiovese and other local grape varieties coming from our Chianti Classico vineyards south of Castellina in Chianti in the sub-appellation of Villa Rosa.

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Casanuova 2017 con carta Mikis Theodorakis

Nittardi sulla Gazzetta dello Sport

While maybe many of you don’t know the Italian newspaper “Gazzetta dello Sport” the pink newspaper is the most sold newspaper in Italy and the oldest still existing newspaper dedicated to Sports in the world. Since the beginning of Giro d’Italia the Gazzetta co-organizes also the historic Italian cycling race. In short in Italy Gazzetta

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Nittardi su Italia 1 Studio Aperto

Un bel servizio televisivo su Italia 1 nel loro telegiornale di approfondimento Studio Aperto. La giornalista Tiziana Sapienza racconta la storia di Nittardi da Michelangelo Buonarroti e dal vino che l’artista faceva produrre con l’uva Trebbiano di Nittardi nel Rinascimento fino ai giorni d’oggi in cui fa da padrone il Sangiovese e la ricerca di

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Mikis Theodorakis creates the new label for Casanuova di Nittardi 2017

After 37 years, the annually changing artist labels and wrapping papers that have graced Casanuova di Nittardi Chianti Classico represent a “who’s who” of the art world. Painters, sculptors and poets – including some Nobel Prize winners – have honored the winery year after year, thus continuing a centuries-old tradition that harks back to the

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First impressions from our harvest 2019

Mainly because of a wet and cool May harvest started this year about 10 days later than normal. A dry summer guarantied healthy grapes and we started to pick Merlot in Maremma on the 5th of September followed shortly after by Roussanne. We planted this mediterranean white grape variety in our Maremma vineyard only in

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Winter 2019

For several days last week snow was falling at Nittardi, and we had a wonderful atmosphere here in Chianti: Luisa the cat didn’t know as well where to stay, the sculptures were all dressed in white, and the landscape around the winery was amazing. Our vineyards were all covered with snow and the air was

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