Cantine Guidi 1929
Writing its century long family story
From its origins, 90 years ago, the Guidi family always wanted to promote its own style and name, together with that of the region and of the country, because loving wine means sharing it with everyone.
The estate was founded in the 1929 and it is ran today by the 4th generation of the family, showing the distinctive character of the wine making business and how their well-established know how was transferred year after year from father to son. Today the innovative creativity of Nicola and Giacomo Guidi has been a valuable addition to the experience of their father, Avio. This winning combination has led Cantine Guidi to renew itself, offering today an excellent range of wines that are the true expression of the Tuscan territory, like Chianti, Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino and Vernaccia of San Giminiano, amongst many others.
The company is today divided between the historical and administrative head quarter in Poggibonsi and the two production estates: “il Castagnolo” in San Gimignano and “lo Spadaio” in Barberino Val d’Elsa. The first is the area where the Chianti DOCG and the Vernaccia di San Giminiano DOCG are produced, while the latter is the area of production for the Chianti Classico DOCG.