For Cantine Dei, wine is cultural heritage, and like the land, it must be preserved. Understanding the history and culture that went into each bottle allows for fully appreciating the unique characteristics of the Montepulciano area.

Cantine Dei’s mission is to protect and promote the existing landscape and environment.



Vineyards are managed using the zonation method: we work on every single vineyard so that each wine may be identified by provenance.

Cantine Dei takes care of each vineyard with passion, observing the grapes through their natural ripening process.The yield is always below the regulatory per hectare allowances in order to ensure that only the finest grapes make it into each bottle produced.



Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Preview 2018

We are waiting for you in the Fortress of Montepulciano to taste our new vintages: Feb 10th  2018    3PM – 7:30PM Feb 11th 2018     11AM – 6:30PM Feb 12th 2018     10AM  – 6:30PM      


Next Jan 22nd Cantine Dei will attend Vini d’Italia 2018 in Berlin

  Hotel DE ROME Behrenstr. 37, 10117 Berlin starting from 2pm


GOLOSARIA: Recognition as a Evergreen Winery

GOLOSARIA: a Culture and Taste review by Paolo Massobrio and Marco Gatti


Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG 2014 awarded with Tre Bicchieri Gambero Rosso