Sorelli today
It became apparent early on that it was important for the company to have its own production, so in order to consolidate its position, the company invested in cellars and approx. 300 hectares of vineyards mainly in Orcia, Chianti and Chianti Classico.
New cellars and vineyards in other beautiful parts of Tuscany have been acquired such as: Greve in Chianti (FI), Trequanda (SI), Terranova Bracciolini (AR), and Rignano sull’Arno (FI).
Sorelli is by now an industrial group with an average capacity of approx 100,000 HL bottled in several million pieces ranging from the small 0.187 lt bottle to the typical 2 lt Tuscan flask. The company’s viticultural selection has been further enriched by the purchase of historic vineyards in the early 1990s. Such pearls as the The vineyards of
Castello Uzzano located in Greve, the heart and capital of Chianti Classico, Fattoria Petriolo which has been producing wine since the 19th century and which previously belonged to the religious institute of Saint Francis of Sales and finally Azienda Agricola Belsedere, a splendid property set in the Orcia production area (a recently introduced Doc) that produced its first vintage in 2006 from its 15 hectares of recently planted vineyards.
As a consequence the cellar obtained more storage space and continuously improved and updated the bottling process leading to the current production potential of approx. 10,000 pieces/hour. Although there has been a certain generalised reduction in consumption recently, the company has established its presence on the market with million bottled pieces a year.
All of these features enable the company to offer its products to a wide range of clients. The group can easily deal with any distribution platform; from the large chains to the small and delicate retail circuits, Ho.Re.Ca., restaurants and vintage wine bars.
In addition to its own production, the company can boast the most famous Tuscan denominations such as: Nobile di Montepulciano, Brunello di Montalcino, Morellino di Scansano, Vernaccia di S. Gimignano and Vinsanto. Moreover, thanks to its collaboration with direct producers over the decades, the company has also permanently introduced Montepulciano and Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, Orvieto and recently even Nero d’Avola to its range of products. The strong historic ties that the company has established with hundreds of local producers are a unique characteristic which is appreciated and sought after also by other cellars. Hundreds of small farms entrust their annual production to Vino Sorelli which can be considered an excellent intermediary between; the small producers; the large national bottling companies and worldwide consumers. Notwithstanding its strong presence on the domestic market (90% of the Sorelli Group’s annual revenue is from the domestic market), the company now exports to all the major foreign markets, but Russia, China and the United States must be considered the main markets of definite interest. To date the Sorelli company is a point of reference for every kind of product in the wine-growing and producing sector, both for its production capacity and quality/price ratio. This is in fact thanks to its deep rooted and direct presence in all the areas of production of the most important Tuscan wines.


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