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Those craving a high-quality,  high-end Champagne or wine  can find it in the Lamborghini brand sold solely and exclusively by Lamborghini Winery. Born to life on the relaxing and beautiful Lamborghini Estate, these products provide flavors as precise and lasting as the machinery in a well-made supercar.

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Lamborghini Brut

Lamborghini Brut

Lamborghini Extra Dry

Lamborghini Extra Dry

Lamborghini Demisec

Lamborghini Demisec


Lamborghini Champagne

Lamborghini Champagne


Our Wines

First produced in 1968, the wines of Tenuta Patrizia Lamborghini are a wonderful addition to any event. We mainly provide wines made from the following grapes:

• Sangiovese • Ciliegiolo • Merlot • Cabernet Sauvignon

Wine Reviews

Please feel free to read some wine reviews of our best selections from the winery. Many of our products are drinkable now.

Lamborghini Wine

James Suckling - March 2015
2011 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 93
"Very pretty fruit to this medium- to full-bodied wine, with shaved chocolate and hazelnuts. It's full-bodied, soft and dusty-textured with a long, flavorful finish. Lovely drinkability to this wine. Drink or hold."

James Suckling - October 2015
2012 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 91
"A fresh, clean red with dried-berry, cedar and sweet-tobacco aromas and flavors. Medium body, fine tannins and a crisp finish. Drink or hold."

James Suckling - October 2015
2012 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 91
"Dried-berry, stone and lemon-rind aromas and flavors to this. Medium to full body, firm tannins and a fresh finish. Made from Montepulciano. Drink now."

James Suckling - October 2015
2012 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 93
"Aromas of stones, mineral and dark fruits follow through to a full body, firm yet silky tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Better in two or three years when it softens: Try in 2017."

James Suckling - October 2015
2013 Era Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 91
"A lively, richly flavored Sangiovese with chocolate, spice and berry aromas and flavors. Medium to full body, firm tannins and a fresh finish. Drink now."

Associazione Italiana Sommelier Guida Duemilavini - 2014
"Extraordinary, deep tones of ore, ink, wet earth, black cherry, myrtle and lavender. Structured sip, coherent with the sense of smell, from fine tannins, ripe and powerful. Really endless persistence on hints of mineral and lavender."

The Wine Advocate - August 2013
2010 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 94
"The 2010 Campoleone is the best I have tasted thus far. This blended Umbrian red (50-50 Sangiovese and Merlot) opens with an inky black color and extreme elegance that hits at the very core. Shapely fruit tones of blackberry and dried cherry are enhanced by balsam herb, licorice, sweet spice, tobacco, forest floor and flower potpourri. The close is soft, long lasting and ripe. I look forward to revisiting this wine in six or seven years when it has completed its evolution. Drink: 2015-2024."

James Suckling - April 2014
2010 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 95
"This reminds me of the stupendous 1997 with fabulous aromas of ripe, dark fruits, spices and milk chocolate. Loads of currants, too, but also a wonderful floral character. It's full-bodied, with super-velvety tannins and a lots of ripe fruits. It goes on for minutes. Needs at least two or three years to soften but try decanting it a couple hours before if you like vibrant fruit. Made from half Sangiovese and half Merlot."


The Wine Advocate - August 2013
2010 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 92

James Suckling - April 2014
2010 Torami Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 91
"A generous blend of Sangivoese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Montipulciano. It's full-bodied, with round, silky tannins and lots of juicy fruit. Chocolate shavings as well in the aftertaste. Better in 2015, but so delicious now."

The Wine Advocate - August 2013
2011 Era Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 90

The Wine Advocate - August 2013
2011 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 88

James Suckling - April 2014
2011 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 90
"I like the tension and character to this red, with berry, blanched-almond and milk-chocolate character. Medium to full body, firm tannins and a spicy finish. Drink now or hold. Better in 2015."

James Suckling - April 2014
2008 Campoleone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 91
"A beautiful red to drink now with a subtle character of milk chocolate, currants and hazelnuts, plus hints of sour cherries. Medium to full body with fine tannins and a fresh finish. Very close in character to the excellent 2007. Drink or hold."

Associazione Italiana Sommelier Guida Duemilavini 2013
2010 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT - valutazione 3 grappoli
"Rubino. Bouquet floreale pervaso da una vena fruttata e una scia di noce moscata, ginepro e pepe. Fresco, discretamente morbido e giustamente tannico. 4 mesi in botte grande."
"Ruby red. Floral bouquet filled with a fruity vein and a trail of nutmeg, juniper and pepper. Fresh, soft and moderately tannic. 4 months in big barrels."

The Wine Advocate, Issue 195 6/30/2011
2008 Trescone Rosso Umbria IGT - Score 88
"Tobacco, underbrush and mint add complexity to the floral-tinged fruit."


Lamborghini Campoleone

Our winemaker is "one of the most acclaimed winemakers in Italy"!!!
His name is Riccardo Cotarella and he is listed on the back of our bottles

Lamborghini-Estates "One of the most spectacular wines made in Italy..." Robert Parker


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We fell in love with Lamborghini Campoleone with the 1999 vintage and it is now one of our favorite Italian wines to throw into Bordeaux tastings. It never fails to impress and it is no surprise that the man behind the winemaking is Riccardo Cotarella, one of the most acclaimed winemakers in Italy.

The Lamborghini estate lies between the south side of the Trasimeno lake and the beautiful medieval village of Panicale. Situated on the border between Umbria and Tuscany, Cortona is only a few kilometers away. The property was purchased in the 1970s by Ferruccio Lamborghini who fell in love with the area. After his retirement from the famous Lamborghini automobile company, he decided to go back to his roots: being a farmer.

Lamborghini Campoleone is a red IGT from Umbria and is the primary wine of the estate. It is a blend of 50% Sangiovese and 50% Merlot. After harvest, extended maceration on the skins lasts for 22 days. Malolactic fermentation follows in new French barriques, where the wine is allowed to rest 12 months in the same barriques. The two varietals are kept completely separate until the cuvée is assembled. The wine is then bottled and allowed to rest 6 months.

The result is a Merlot/Sangiovese blend that has an extraordinary perfume of saddle leather, smoke, cassis, prunes, and plums.Lamborghini Campoleone is a rich full-bodied, voluptuously-textured wine, with layers of concentrated fruit and sweet tannins. As the editors of Gambero Rosso have written "It has the clear stamp of Bordeaux about it." No wonder Robert Parker called it "One of the most spectacular wines made in Italy..." We couldn't agree more.