Castello di Bossi

Brand Description

With a history dating back to the 9th century AD, the Castello di Bossi estate has evolved with the times. A dynamic team leads the estate and never shies from technological innovation, while remaining true to the terroir of Chianti. It is this balance that has been a key part of Marco Bacci’s vision as he has brought Castello di Bossi to the highest ranks of international wine. As the mastermind of Castello di Bossi, he oversees all operations, from beginning to end, with careful attention to detail. In the last 10 years, Marco has added two properties to his holdings: Renieri in Montalcino and Terre di Talamo in the Morellino di Scansano appellation.

Location of Vineyard

The Bossi Castle is located in the town of Castelnuovo Berardenga, the southernmost appellation of Chianti Classico, amid evergreen woods and long rows of vines.

Winemaking Philosophy

Marco owns one of the best collections of estates in Tuscany, and is creating high-quality wines from some of the top Tuscan appellations. Following in his father's footsteps, Marco's son Jacopo joined the company in 2004. First involved on the production side, Jacopo has come to be especially active in sales in the US and Asian markets.


Marco Bacci
Castello di Bossi Vineyard
Castello di Bossi Cellar
Castello di Bossi Corbaia 1985
Jacopo Bacci, Export Manager
Marco Bacci, Owner
Castello di Bossi Winery
Castello di Bossi Estate
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Winery Profile
Owner: Marco Bacci
Winemaker: Marco Bacci
Total acreage under vine: 370
Founded: 1983
Production: 800000
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“The nose is sweet, warm and woody, like a suna, before you return to the main spa and are greeted by sweeter, more floral aromas of vanilla, cherry and strawberry. The cherries and strawberries star on the palate, before the woodiness returns for a warm, almost earthy finish.” — acclaim for 2020 Castello di Bossi Corbaia from Wine Enthusiast, Apr 2024
“Blackcurrants and fresh herbs with spices and berries on the nose and palate. Medium to full body. Sweet fruit in the center-palate and dark-chocolate and spicy undertones at the end. From organically grown grapes. Unfiltered. Give it two or three years to soften.”
— acclaim for 2019 Castello di Bossi Corbaia from James Suckling, Jul 2022
“The 2019 Corbaia, Castello di Bossi's Sangiovese/Cabernet Sauvignon blend, is terrific. Rich, ample and expressive, the 2019 possesses terrific depth and resonance. Wild red cherry, incense, rose petal, tobacco and cedar flesh out effortlessly. The 2019 is a gorgeous wine.”
— acclaim for 2019 Castello di Bossi Corbaia from Vinous, Jul 2022
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