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Tenuta di Ceppaiano 

The Ceppaiano Estate was born in 2005. Initially conceived as an extension of the Poggio al Casone vineyards and location of the new winery, it afterwards becomes an independent estate as a result of subsequent land acquisitions that differ from those of Poggio al Casone for the prevalence of alluvial sands arranged on foothill heights overlooking the coast. In 2010 the Ceppaiano estate became set of the Castellani Family Foundation dedicated to art and culture and place of preservation of a contemporary art collection. The vineyard stretches over 40 hectares on a strip of land located between the hills and the coastal plain that sees the presence of some of the best vineyards in the area. This exact location at the extreme western edge of Chianti area is at the origin of the wine project of the estate, which tries to reconcile the tradition of Chianti, linked with the Sangiovese grapes, with wine innovation that has seen in the coast and International varieties the true revolution of Tuscan oenology from the '70s until today. The labels of the estate have been created with the help of the works of art housed in the Ceppaiano Villa, headquarter of the winery and the Foundation.


"Ceppaiano wines are Bibendum’s joint venture with Castellani, and this is a very personal project for Piergiorgio. The new Ceppaiano building is a work of art itself and will house a permanent collection of paintings and sculture. The Ceppaiano wines are juicy, luscious and mouthwatering, Ceppaiano 2007 - WOW!" Bibendum Times


"One of the most exciting new Italian wine project of the moment" Decanter



PRODUCTION: 370.000 bottles

SOIL: sandy, clayey

RED GRAPE VARIETIES: 50% Sangiovese ,40%Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot, 5% others

WHITE GRAPE VARIETIES: 70% Traminer aromatico, 20% trebbiano, 10% others

FIRST WINE: "Violetta" Toscana IGT




Castellani recommends...

  • Chianti DOCG - Ceppaiano

    Vivacious ruby red colour tending to garnet with ageing. Intense and characteristic bouquet, fruity with a violet fragrance and a slight hint of cherries. Taste, dry, balanced and sapid, lightly tannic which turns into velvety softness. Delicious partner to spicy pasta dishes. Ideal with roasts, steaks and grilled veal.



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  • Rosato Toscana IGT - Ceppaiano

    The Ceppaiano vineyard is located on the edges of Arno River, in one of the most vocated areas of Pisan hills at about 25 km from Tyrrhenian Sea. This wine has Intense pink colour with purple notes. On the nose evident bouquet of fruit, peach, plum and apricot. On the palate the freshness and sapidity are the characteristics of this easy drinking wine.



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  • Alle Viole Toscana IGT - Ceppaiano

    Deep ruby red colour with garnet reflections. Wonderful on the nose with balsamic scents, mint and eucalyptus, Mediterranean spiced flavours of bergamot, sage and rosemary. Taste, creamy mouth feeling with gentle acidity, dark fruits, blackberries, aniseed and orange peel. Typical, intense and vibrant wine from the sandy soil of Tuscan Tyrrhenian coast.



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  • Violetta Toscana IGT - Ceppaiano

    Dark and intense ruby red colour. Bouquet, complex, with multiple layers of primary fruity aromas of wild roses, cherries, mint, cassis and licorice. Secondary aromas of resin, oak, leather and toasted sweet coffee. Intriguing taste mixing sweet flavour of white chocolate, vanilla and cedar on a buttery bed of oak verticalized by a gentle acidity. Long finish. Wonderful Sangiovese-Cabernet blend, Brunello style.



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  • Bianco Toscana IGT - Ceppaiano

    Straw yellow colour with golden reflections. Bouquet, intensively aromatic wine with floral notes. Taste, excellent structure, soft and creamy, suitable for long ageing in bottle. Taste of litchi fruits, typically associated to the Traminer grape. Excellent with all seafood and white meats, preferably spicy.



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