San Felice

Tuscany, Italy

San Felice is located in Tuscany and can trace its origins back to the late 17th century. It was bought by the Allianz Group in the 1970s and has expanded to farm 215 hectares across Chianti Classico and Montaclino.




The climate in Chianti is classically Continental: hot summers followed by very cold winters with modest rainfall. The vineyards of Montalcino are closer to the coast and experience a Mediterranean climate with higher rainfall and more moderate seasonal variation. The main grapes grown by San Felice are Sangiovese and Trebbiano Toscano in their Chianti Classico vineyards, and Brunello in Montalcino. The entire estate is sustainably farmed with precision viticulture, solar panels and a biomass reactor installed to help mitigate the estate's impact on the environment. 


Head Winemaker Leonardo Bellaccini crafts an award-winning range of wines using the famous Tuscan grape varieties in his modern winery using stainless steel and high-grade oak.