Azienda Agricola Caprili
Caprili's history began in 1965, when Alfo Bartolommei and his family settled in the Montalcino region. Before that, the Bartolommei family worked at Podere Marzolo in Cinigiano, in the Tuscan province of Grosseto. Caprili has a vineyard area of 15 hectares, which produces an average of 60,000 bottles of wine annually.
Today, Giacomo Bartolommei is at the helm of the domain. To develop the best Sangiovese clones, Giacomo works closely with the University of Siena. The best results are used to inoculate the new vines. Due to the strong focus on quality, the Bartolommei family has gained a lot of international recognition. Not only 'Il gambero Rosso', the Italian 'wine bible', and the Italian Guild of Sommeliers give their approval to the wines of Caprili, but especially also across the ocean, these wines fall in very good soil and are richly rewarded . These are American wine critics like Antonio Galloni, writing for Vinous and eRobertParker.com, Bruce Sanderson for Wine Spectator, Monica Larner for Wine Enthusiast and eRobertParker.com, Ian d'Agata for Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar and working and living James in Tuscany Suckling, which focuses primarily on Italian wines.