In 1985, with a complete absence of direct successors, the winery was inherited by Giuseppe Bianchini. Giuseppe has worked at the winery for many years, and was considered to be like a son to the existing family. Understanding well the traditions of the winery, Giuseppe maintained the commitment to quality and history. He passed away in 2004, leaving his two children Paolo and Lucia to carry on the traditions at Ciacci Piccolomini.
Ciacci Piccolomini's Brunellos are beautifully finessed and elegant wines. They offer a very pleasing sense of balance in which no one characteristic overpowers the next, and show the trademarks of the southern terroirs of Montalcino.
Their Rosso di Montalcino 'Rossofonte' is not your regular Rosso. It is the top selection from a single-vineyard of Sangiovese grapes from Ciacci Piccolomini's estate vineyards. It is a beautiful expression of Sangiovese, with bright red fruit and balsamic notes, and an excellent balance of silky smooth tannins and acid. This is as close as you can get to Brunello quality while maintaining the Rosso di Montalcino DOC appellation.
This beautiful and traditional red balances cherry and plum fruit, tobacco and leather accents, with firm and pliable tannins. As a result, this is vibrant and long, with earth and iron elements emerging...
This is not your regular Rosso. It's the top selection of Sangiovese grapes from Ciacci Piccolomini's estate. It's a beautiful expression of Sangiovese, with bright red fruits and balsamic notes...