Brancaia stands for first-class, typical Tuscan wines. But our passion for the best goes even further. Discover our products – from olive oil and grappa to the special edition of our top wine Ilatraia.
When you think of Tuscany, you think of elegant and complex red wines. Of course, these also play a central role for us with six labels. All are harmonious and elegant in themselves, but have their very own character. We are also a little proud of our delicate rosé and Il Bianco, which proves how fresh and structured a Tuscan white wine can be.
A modern and complex grappa is created from the marc of the best grapes from our winery in the world-famous Distilleria Berta in Piedmont. Its typical Brancaia aroma develops during twelve months in barriques.
Brancaia Gin is a powerful and elegantly blended gin that contains juniper berries and Sangiovese grapes, vine leaves, Brancaia vine wood and nine other herbs.
Our exclusive, extra virgin olive oil is an assemblage of the old Tuscan varieties Frantoio, Leccino and Moraiolo. Like our wines, our olive oil also reflects the special terroir of the region in terms of taste.
30 years of Il Blu
In 1988 Bruno and Brigitte Widmer decided to realize their vision of a modern Tuscan top wine with the Brancaia IL BLU. With the 2018 vintage, this now globally recognized wine celebrates its 30th anniversary with an outstanding year and an elegant special edition.
The Brancaia Collection is the Widmer family’s latest project and shows the TRE from a new perspective. The limited edition with six different label designs is intended to combine enjoyment with art – both aspects that are important to the Widmer family.
We have received many international awards over the years. Even if we don’t want to overestimate it, we are very happy about it. For us they are an important sign of worldwide recognition and at the same time an incentive to become even better.
Brancaia is available in over 40 countries worldwide. Find your local contact here. Or are you interested to become a distributor of Brancaia?