Tenuta di Trecciano

The estate is located 10 miles south-west of Siena. Trecciano’s 50 acres of vineyards are characterized by a unique red soil, and are planted to Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. The vines find in the soil of the Montagnola Senese the ideal environment to best express their characteristics, and the surrounding hills protect the vineyards from extreme climatic conditions. The cellar of Trecciano succeeds in perfectly combining the respect for the antique traditions with the requirements of the modern wine-making techniques.

Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon
2 bicchieri – Gambero Rosso, 2004

Chianti Colli Senesi
90 points – James Suckling, November 2016
90 points – Wine Spectator, November 2012

Chianti Colli Senesi Riserva
90 points – James Suckling, November 2016

Daniello
93 points – Wine Spectator, August 2017
93 points – James Suckling, November 2016
91 points – Wine Spectator, September 2014
93 points – Wine Spectator Insider, August 2012
91 points, 3 stars – I Vini di Veronelli 2012
93 points – Wine Spectator, June 2011
90 points – Wine Enthusiast, January 2011
4 out of 5 points – Italian Sommelier Association, 2004

I Campacci
93 points – James Suckling, November 2016
91 points – Wine Spectator, September 2014
91 points – Best Buy – Wine & Spirits, April 2014
2 bicchieri – Gambero Rosso 2012
4 grappoli – Duemilavini 2012
90 points – Wine Spectator, May 2011
91 points – Wine Spectator, October 2010
90 points – Wine Spectator, August 2008

Vin Santo del Chianti
A- Italian Wine Report, December 2008