Campriano is a ‘Castellare’ of historical interest built on the ancient route that joined Siena to the Maremma. Today it is a winery located on one of the famous ‘strade bianche’, not far from the territories of Montalcino and Val d’Orcia.

Land and arts

HistorySince 943ac

Campriano has been known as far as back as 943 ac

Via Francigena

Campriano was a village of freemen connected to the nearby Via Francigena

For an history of Campriano please click the link below.

The wineThe terroir

Campriano is located on the border that separates the Crete Senesi from the forests that join the Val di Merse.

The wineThe production

We focused on indigenous Tuscan grapes and therefore on Sangiovese as the flagship variety.