Antonio Camillo

Antonio Camillo
Antonio Camillo was born and bred in the Maremma region along Tuscany's Tyrrhenian coast. He chose his homeland, specifically the area of the Maremma alta, to make wines "that can talk about their terroir and that can be easily recognizable for their character and their class". Antonio chose to work primarily with Ciliegiolo - ciliegia means cherry - an ancient variety genetically related to Sangiovese that was often used in Tuscany as a blending component for its cherry scented vibrant fruit. Antonio believed in the grape in its own right and set about searching for old vine vineyards, eventually purchasing six hectares in Manciano, a medieval town literally just steps from the Saturnia hot springs. These hot springs have been popular since Etruscan times, but wine-wise, it means that the volcanic soil is rich in nutrients.

  • Village: Manciano
  • Province : Grosseto
  • Established : 2006
  • Owners : Antonio Camillo
  • WineMaker : Antonio Camillo
  • Production : 34,000 bottles
  • Hectares Under Vine : 6
  • Viticulture : Organic certified
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    Ciliegiolo 2020
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    Tutti i Giorni Rosso 2020
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