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Arrigoni. Italian wine since 1913.

For four generations the Arrigoni Family has been producing superior-quality Italian wines from its vineyards in Liguria and Tuscany.

If you are looking for a product of the land with superior oenological characteristics, rich in history and sublime to the palate, then Arrigoni wines are the ones for you. DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) labels such as Vermentino Colli di Luni, Chianti dei Colli Senesi, Cinqueterre Sciacchetrà, Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Brunello di Montalcino, Morellino di Scansano, Vinsanto del Chianti as well as top-quality wines such as brut sparkling wine, Merlot, red, white, sweet and rosé are just a few clicks away. Each wine originates from a specific area and the entire winemaking process, from the vineyard to the bottle, is carried out in our own wineries. All our products are available for you to buy from our online wine shop, straight from the producer.

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I don’t know if it would be better to have been born but never lived or to never have been born at all. Bruno Arrigoni (1921-2006)

“A story of love for the land”.

The value of experience.

Since 1913, wine has been the passion, pride and raison d’être of the Arrigoni Family. Each bottle, each glass, each drop of our wine is the result of a time-honoured tradition, strong work ethics, respect and gratitude for our land that has always blessed us with fruit. It all started in the early 1910s with Bruno Arrigoni, the forefather of our family, from whom we learned the value of hard work, patience and craftsmanship. Year after year, we carry out each stage of the winemaking process in keeping with his teachings, from harvesting in our vineyards to bottling. This is why, each time we label a bottle with our family coat of arms, we know that bottle has all our history in it.

“Uniqueness lies in origin”.

Quality has deep roots.

Before arriving to your table to delight your palate and that of your tablemates and guests, each Arrigoni wine originates from what Nature has designated as its area of origin par excellence – the Tuscan hills of San Geminiano, home to the Pietraserena estate, and Liguria, where the Rosadimmaggio estate stretches  through a breathtaking scenery encompassing the towns of Masignano di Arcola, Castelnuovo Magra, Sarzana as well as the world-famous Cinque Terre, a UNESCO World Heritage site. What brings these very different, sometimes even opposite lands together is the fact that each represents a unique, centuries-old agricultural tradition.

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“Pietraserena is the heart of San Gimignano”.

40 hectares of hills including a vineyard, an olive grove and a copse to ensure biodiversity. It is here in the Siena region, 300 metres above sea level, that we grow a number of grape varieties including Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Sangiovese, Merlot, Canaiolo, Syrah, Colorino, Malvasia Nera, Vermentino Nero, Trebbiano Toscano and Malvasia, which give rise to unique varietals and unparalleled blends such as Chianti.

Rosadimaggio mirrors the stunning beauty of the Riviera di Levante

18 hectares, located between 5 and 300 metres above sea level and divided into 4 plots of land: La Vigna del Prefetto in Mosignano di Arcola, La Cascina dei Peri in Castelnuovo Magra, the historic vineyards of Sarzana and the charming landscapes of the Cinque Terre. It is the unique characteristics of these beautiful, apparently harsh lands caressed by the sea breeze all year round that make our Vermentino, Albarola, Bosco, Rossese di Arcola and Ciliegiolo extraordinary. These grapes are the origin of world-renowned Italian wines such as Vermentino Colli di Luni as well as masterpieces like Cinqueterre Sciacchetrà.

“What is born from the land relives in tasting”.

Wine beyond wine.

We look forward to welcoming you to our San Giminiano estate in the Siena region as well as to our winery located between Colli di Luni and the Cinque Terre for a one-of-a-kind tasting pairing our white, red, rosé and sweet wines with traditional local products and flavours. Bruschetta with extra-virgin olive oil, tasty croutons, cheese, cured meats and other delicacies will excite your senses and make your visit to our wineries an even more unforgettable experience.

“Good fortune should be shared”.

Cooking classes, journeys into the world of truffles, tours of the Cinque Terre by land or sailing boat and even the possibility to lodge amidst vines and olive trees – our love for the land is so strong that we wish to promote the region we belong to and where we would be glad to welcome you.

A family of keepers of tradition.

“The culture of wine runs in our genes”.

Following the path traced by Bruno Arrigoni, we run our farms and wineries by practicing his teachings daily. Our love for the countryside runs deep and translates to natural farming with limited, targeted treatments respecting Nature, people and the environment. This is our winery philosophy, which combines science and a cult for flavour and applies to every step of winemaking, from harvesting and destemming to crushing, fermentation, ageing, fining and lastly bottling and labelling with our Family Coat of Arms. This ensures that everything is carried out according to Bruno Arrigoni’s wishes.

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Discover more about our wineries.

40 hectares of vineyard, olive grove and copse. Take a look at where our Tuscan wines are born: Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Sangiovese, Merlot, Canaiolo, Syrah, Colorino, Malvasia Nera, Vermentino Nero…Trebbiano Toscano and Malvasia.

18 hectares from 5 metres above sea level upwards. Take a look at where our Liguria wines are born: Vermentino, Albarola, Bosco, Rossese di Arcola and Ciliegiolo.

Our production

Chianti Colli Senesi 40%
Vernaccia di San Gimignano 40%
Vermentino e altro 20%

Compared to other Chianti wines produced in different regions, Chianti Colli Senesi is typically more fragrant and easier to drink, even for people unaccustomed to drinking wine. It easily pairs with typical Tuscan dishes, including unelaborate or slow-cooking recipes. It is best drunk young in order to fully appreciate its freshness and youthful, intense fragrances.

Vernaccia di San Gimignano is a white Italian wine produced in a small area in Tuscany between Siena, Pisa and Florence, which corresponds to the municipality of San Gimignano. It is renowned all over the world. Classified as DOCG (Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin), it was the first Italian wine to be granted the label DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) in 1966, which was subsequently upgraded to DOCG in 1993./p>

Colli di Luni Vermentino is an Italian DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) wine whose production is restricted to the provinces of La Spezia and Massa-Carrara. Colour: straw-yellow in varying degrees of intensity. Nose: intense, distinctive, fruity. Mouth: dry, harmonious, with delicate almond notes. Vermentino marries well with typical Liguria specialties like focaccia with cheese, trofiette al pesto, whitebait frittata as well as all fish and seafood dishes. At our winery the term “Other wines” refers to table wines, IGT (Typical Geographic Indication) wines, sweet wines such as Sciacchetrà and Vinsanto, rosé wines, sparkling wines as well as many other specialties produced in smaller quantities but with the same excellent quality.



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