Antinori: the aristocracy of wine


First there was Chianti. Then Tignanello and Solaia came along and made the Florentine noble family internationally successful, especially in the U.S. The vineyards in Tuscany have been supplemented by others in Apulia, Umbria, Franciacorta and Piedmont and now extend over more than 1,800 hectares. But nothing happened by chance, as company director Piero explains in this interview