For nearly three centuries, the Bocelli family has crafted classic Italian wines from their small estate in Lajatico, Tuscany. The winery has old vines (well over 70+ years), and has grown classic Tuscan varietals such as Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino, Malvasia, and Trebbiano, and through careful analysis, determined that their terroir was exceptionally suited for Cabernet Sauvignon. The Cabernet vines were planted 10 years ago, and are now producing exceptional fruit with distinctive elegance and “cool climate” character. The estate’s top wines now contain Sangiovese and Cabernet.


The Bocelli 1831 wines are an accolade to the history and the Italian heritage of the Bocelli Family and the vision which started in 1831 when the Bocelli family began making classic Italian wines on their estate in Tuscany. Italian wines to the world. Bocelli 1831 is a catch-all term for Italian style, design, glamour, music, wine, and beauty, and is an expression of our branding, and the products we supply to the world. For the Bocelli family it is an honour to be ambassador for these wines.

The Bocelli family decided to capitalize on over 180 Years of Bocelli family winemaking excellence and experience in Lajatico area and expand the production outside of the family winery. Due to this choice, since 2011 , the Bocelli family have decided to create partnerships with producers and families , managing the vineyards and the productions in other geographical areas of winemaking excellence to celebrate the great wines of Tuscany, and other great Italian wine regions, in order to promote and be the ambassador of that wonderful Italian quality uniqueness that makes us known in the World.

In 2011, the Bocelli Family, for the very first time expanded its production through partnerships with other exceptional wine growers, to create an expanded range of Bocelli family wines. The unique and non-traditional label designs creates a strong identity and branding to the Bocelli Family, which was first seen on the original wine labels produced by Andrea and Alberto’s grandfather, Alcide in the 1950’s, and reflects on the vision on the original wines created and the on-going heritage of the wine collection today.