Campo dei Gigli is a fantasy name and identify our most important vineyard. CAMPO means “field” and “GIGLI (singolar GIGLIO)” means lily, the flower simbol of the winery. The quality of these grapes creates an amarone with a classic style, concentrated and with balsamic notes. Fermentation happens in open barrels and the aging is made in the same barrels.


Inky ruby red with purple reflections. Aromas feature wild fruits, woody hints and mineral tones alongside liquorice, black pepper, tobacco, spices and chocolate. The palate is balanced, very intense, with a lingering robust body, to be drunk at least 5 years after harvesting.


James Suckling – 93 points
Mundus Vini – Gold
Wine Advocate – 96 points
Jancis Robinson – 16++ points