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1972 is the year when Marsilio Cordella, the founder and Maddalena Cordella’s grandfather, purchased this Noble 600 hectares Estate in Montalcino.

The Cordella Estate, honorary member of the Consorzio del Vino Brunello di Montalcino, with an altitude of 280 to 300 mts on the sea level, ideal for growing the wine’s Sangiovese grape, was dedicated at first to grains and grapes production, before being driven by Maddalena Cordella to a bright wine future.


Maddalena took over the Family Estate in the Tuscan Hills in 1998 from her father, Orlando Cordella a great entrepreneur and man of experience in the agricultural sector.

The 2010 is the year for the Brunello produced at Cordella, becoming an enduring 98 points J Suckling Brunello, vinified and aged in the 1400 square meters  about 9 hectares of the carefully maintained vineyards are now assigned to winemaking. 


Brunello DI montalcino




Nunzi Conti
The estate covers 80 hectares including 27 hectares of vineyards and 12 hectares of olive groves.
The richness of the area has allowed the family, which has been involved in wine making for generations, to cultivate vines of extraordinary variety and age.
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The Nunzi Conti Family began their adventure in the wine business at the end of the 1800 when young Gualtiero Nunzi left his small village in the Tuscan mountains and moved to Florence.

After  arriving  in  the  Tuscan  capital,  he  undertook  a string of very different but profitable jobs and after only a few years, Gualtiero was able to make his dream come true purchasing the family’s first vineyards in Val di Pesa in the heart of the Chianti Classico area.

When Gualtiero passed away, the winery was inherited by his eldest son, Antonio, who carried on the family tradition with the same dedication of his father.  Antonio strongly believed in the area’s vocation for winemaking and was one of the founders of the Consorzio del  Vino Chianti Classico Gallo Nero.


A  few  years  after  the  end  of  the  second  world  war, Antonio’s brother, Gualtiero Armando focused all his business in viticulture and on  May 26, 1970,  he  was  made  Vice President of  the  Consorzio  Vino  Chianti  Classico  and held the role of President between 1994 and 1997. With  the  entrepreneurial  approach, Gualtiero  Armando  planted  new vineyards, purchased more land and built a profitable and efficient winery whilst respecting the beauty and nature of the extraordinary countryside of Chianti hills.

In  1965  he  purchased  the  15th  century  Villa  Pancani that was later named Villa Barberino. Today the Villa and surrounding land remains the heart of the Nunzi Conti family estate. Today Antonio  and  Isabella,  assisted by wine­maker Giampaolo Chiettini, manage  the  winery  with  the  same  passion  and dedication that drove young Gualtiero at the end of the 1800s.


Chianti classico

This wine is made from a careful selection of grapes, fully produced in our estate.

chianti classico Riserva

Our Riserva, the most prestigious wine in the Chianti tradition, holds rich aromas that only Sangiovese cultivated on our lands can produce.

100% in barrel for least 18 months followed by minimum 6 months aging in the bottle.

Donne Fittipaldi has chosen, from the beginning, to move towards the highest quality levels.
9 hectares of vineyards located in Bolgheri, the heart of Tuscany.
Fittipaldi Women: the all-female run winery in the heart of Bolgheri
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The history of Donne Fittipaldi began in 2004 when the Fittipaldi Menarini family decided to plant a few hectares of vineyards in Bolgheri, in the heart of Tuscany: today the varieties are those of Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Orpicchio. The goal has always been to produce wines of great elegance and harmony, but above all capable of transmitting all the character of the great Bolgheri names, famous all over the world for their quality.

Women Fittipaldi has chosen, from the outset, to direct towards a production of absolute stature; consequently the number of bottles is limited by the low yields per plant, as well as by careful and meticulous selection of the bunches. 
The philosophy of the Donne Fittipaldi company has always been addressed to the union between wine and art and, since the beginning, it has been linked to the artist and friend Giorgio Restelli, Giores art, for the realization and design of all his labels.


Bolgheri Rosso

Bolgheri Rosso is the youngest red wine produced by Donne Fittipaldi.  A wine with a strong link with the land of origin: Bolgheri, a faithful companion in everyday life.  Pleasant and talented, fresh and impulsive.  A fresh wine, fruity but at the same time complex and easily appreciable. A daily wine suitable for many combinations capable of interpreting the territory in a personal and different way.