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Cantina 8380 was established by Iacopo and Filippo Rossi, two brothers who decided to live their passions and their dreams together to create what is perhaps the smallest (and bravest!) winery in the Maremma region of Tuscany. Simply by combining the years of their birth dates (’83 and ’80), they not only gave the name to Cantina 8380, but above all, they gave it that lively and dynamic spirit that makes this Tuscan winery a real treasure the produces wines of great personality and character.

The small vineyard measures an area of ​​about 3 hectares, in full productive maturity, bred in spurred cordon with a density of 3300 plants per hectare.

The terroir from which these wines are made is composed of hard soils, where stones mix with clay, and the vineyards share the grounds with paliurus (known as crown of thorns), gorse flowers and tree covered pastures.

The climate is typically Mediterranean, with hot and windy summers, but interspersed with very brief rains, even of great intensity.
The east-west exposure allows excellent sunshine.

The cultivars of Cantina 8380 are Sangiovese (85%) and Merlot (15%) for the red, Vermentino for the white.

The beauty and character of our territory is clearly defined in our wines
The beauty and character of our territory is clearly defined in our wines

Fine Craft Wines

morellino di scansano

DOCG / Pure Sangiovese for our Morellino di Scansano.

maremma toscana

DOC / Wine of great personality, tannic, warm e smooth.

vermentino toscana

IGT / We chose the Vermentino grape to represent our white.

8380 Notebook

Vine Pruning Season

Vine Pruning Season

It’s time to prune our vines. Hard work but it can make all the difference!

Est! Est! Est!

Est! Est! Est!

EST! EST! EST! Vermentino IGT Toscana

3 Est! for our Vermentino IGT Toscana 2018 – La Tuscia del Vino

Search for taste and balance

Search for taste and balance

Sangiovese is the grape of our Morellino 2018…

Characterized by a ruby red color with a characteristic transparency of the vine, and closely correlated with the weather conditions of the year. Intense, with strong hints of red fruit, in particular black cherry, and violet flowers.

In the mouth balanced, soft and warm, the refinement of a 25% percentage in Tonneaux, helps to diminish the natural astringency of this grape, making it softer and giving it a higher olfactory taste complexity.

Cantina 8380 welcomes its new Art Director & Partner

Cantina 8380 welcomes its new Art Director & Partner

Cantina 8380 is pleased to welcome Francesco Kurhajec as new Art Director of the company. Our goal is to define and improve the 8380 brand (as well as making sure he gets his hands dirty when harvest time comes).

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Morellino di Scansano Riserva 2017. The Refinement Begins.

Morellino di Scansano Riserva 2017. The Refinement Begins.

Now in our fourth year of production of Morellino di Scansano, we have decided to embark on a new adventure. The production of a Morellino di Scansano Riserva. With a great Sangiovese 2017 and a tonneaux in french oak of Saint Martin. Now you just have to wait

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Morellino Award of Excellence 2014

Morellino Award of Excellence 2014

An unexpected prize, a prize with a special flavor.
Being side by side winemakers of the caliber of Val Delle Rose, Poggiopaoli, was an indescribable satisfaction for us.
Proof also that a small reality such as ours can create products of excellence. An even more beautiful recognition precisely because it is the result of in-depth analysis by passionate people, without ulterior motives and prejudices, and moreover without being aware of the tasting label.

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If you wish to purchase, receive more information regarding our wines or would like to visit the vineyard near Saturnia please feel free to get in touch. We would love to have you.
Call or write to Francesco +39 328 35 20 772
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