Enrico Santini has made a name for himself as one of the most dynamic and respected producers in the prestigious Bolgheri DOC.
A native of the area, he is a “garagiste” in the truest sense of the word. Enrico is meticulous in his vineyards, his wines come exclusively from his organic estate, and they radiate his profound passion.
As one of the only wine producers in Bolgheri who was born and raised in the area, he has a deep commitment to the region that developed out of his love for the land and the microclimate of this spectacular Tuscan coastal area.
Enrico Santini continues to turn out impressive wines in the full-bodied generous style that is typical of Bolgheri.
Antonio Galloni (WA)
Owner: Enrico Santini
Winemaker: Enrico Santini, Attilio Pagli – Oenologist
Varietals planted: Sauvignon Blanc, Vermentino, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Sangiovese
Total acres: 15 hectares of property
Soil: Predominantly composed of sediment resulting from the Pleistocen period. The layers consist of Coarse sand for the first 50 – 60 cm, followed by Clay ( 80 – 100 cm ). Below is fossil material atabout 120 cm. Well drained, void of limestone. Slightly alkaline with a Ph between 6.90 and 7.50. Sparse salinity.
Winery production: 50.000 bottles
Azienda Agricola Enrico Santini
Castagneto Carducci – Livorno – Italy
Wines labels & details
DOC Bolgheri Rosso Superiore
Merlot 35%, Cabernet Sauvignon 40%, Syrah 20%, Sangiovese 5%
Winemaking: 20 – 28 days maceration
Maturation process:18 months in French oak barriques
Further ageing in the bottle: 1 year in bottle
Poggio al Moro
DOC Bolgheri Rosso
Sangiovese 30%, Cab. Sauvignon 30%, Syrah 10%, Merlot 30%
Winemaking: 3-4 weeks maceration
Maturation process: 3 months in small French oak barriques
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah , Sangiovese
Notes: Not produced every year. This wine is produced when the quality is not at the very top to produce Montepergoli.
Campo alla Casa
DOC Bolgheri Bianco
Vermentino 60%, Sauv. Blanc 40%
Notes: Harmonious wine on the palate, with an optimal freshness and hint of minerals ; persistently aromatic
IGT Toscana Merlot
Winemaking: Long maceration (defined upon tasting from the vats). Refined for at least 18 months in French oak barriques (80% of second passage and 20% new). Long refinement in bottle before being released.
Notes: Limites production (around 1200 bottles).