Buccia Nera


Buccia Nera Winery, nestled in the scenic hills of Arezzo, Tuscany, is a family-run estate rooted in a rich winemaking heritage. Established in the late 19th century, the winery's history is intertwined with the traditions of the region, with a focus on Chianti DOCG production for many years. Today, guided by the three sisters—Anastasia, Alessia, and Roberta Mancini—the estate continues its legacy with a commitment to organic and sustainable practices. Spanning 50 hectares, the vineyards thrive with indigenous Italian grape varieties like Sangiovese, as well as international varietals. Through their dedication to natural farming, Buccia Nera produces wines of exceptional quality, including Chianti, Chianti Riserva, and Vin Santo. In addition to wine, the estate also cultivates olive groves, yielding characterful extra virgin olive oils. For young wine enthusiasts seeking authentic experiences and natural wines with a sense of place, Buccia Nera offers a compelling journey into Tuscan winemaking tradition.

Loc. Campriano, 9, 52100 Arezzo AR, Italien