Marchesi Antinori vies with Tenuta San Guido as the leaders of the Super Tuscan revolution but the driving force differs between the two. Originally Antinori began to add Bordeaux grapes to soften Sangiovese, whereas San Guido were consciously trying to make a claret in Italy. Both approaches have been very successful.
The Antinori family now own a world-wide business empire incorporating wineries, restaurants and bars in Chile, California and Monte Carlo but the heart of the business is still in Tuscany and the diffusion of the business does not seem to have adversely affected the fundamental quality of the primary product: the wines.
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Other wines from Marchesi Antinori
1991 Tignanello: £210
2012 Tignanello: £125
2013 Tignanello: £130
2015 Marchese Antinori Guado al Tasso: £115
2015 Tignanello: £180
2016 Tignanello: £180
2017 Tignanello: £135
2018 Badia a Passignano Chianti Classico Gran Selezione: £52
2018 Tignanello: £156