Owner: Guido Martini–a local. The Martini family has deep roots in the city of Montalcino and elsewhere. One example is Mastro Giovanni Martini, who at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries even recruited 300 people to harvest wheat in the Maremma plains, doing the work entirely by hand. Renato Martini, another family member from Arezzo was employed for his skill for pruning olive trees, vines and orchards. In 1980 entrepreneur Giovanni Martini bought land in Montalcino and planted vines and became a wine producer. He was succeeded by his son Guido Martini. Guido owns the ‘Les Barriques’ wine shop in Montalcino.
Consultant: Gabriele Gautz (who works with Mauricio Castelli).
Winery: Guido Martini rents this he told me (Anteprima 2015).
IGT Toscana Rosso, Cuor di Botte
Rosso di Montalcino DOC, Musico: 2013 3,000 bottles. Quite sweet, very ripe, wild fruit, very good plumpness (Anteprima 2015). | 2014 12m in 30hl wood. Quite oaky, not bad as has lots of red fruits (Anteprima 2016). | 2018 3,000 bottles.
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Musico: 2010 5,000 bottles. Sweet savoury (Anteprima 2015). | 2011 Just bottled. mainly sold in Italy. Nice sweet fruit, needs a little more finesse (Anteprima 2016). | 2015 10,000 bottles.
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Le Ragnaie Musico: 1997
Musico Azienda Agricola di Martini Guido
Loc Casella, 53
I-53024 Montalcino (SI), Italy