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Máté Podere Il Falconaio Di Ferenc Máté

Loc. Santa Restituta, 53024 Montalcino (SI)

Telephone +39 0577 847215
Fax +39 0577 847215

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 16): stand F51

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 16



+39 389-121-4142


Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Toscana
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.07  OTHER WINES
  • 01.07.03  Branded wines

Branded wines

Our products

Product category: Toscana


 Wine Spectator - 92 pts - 2011 Brunello - "An elegant Brunello, featuring a mix of cherry, currant, tobacco, iron and tea flavors. Complex and vibrant, with a long finish of underbrush and mineral, driven by a tight, dense structure. Best from 2018-2032."

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Product category: Toscana



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Product category: Toscana


100% estate-grown Merlot - DOC Sant'Antimo
"This is very fine textured with blueberry and chocolate character. Medium body, vibrant and vivid."    92 pts   —JS

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Product category: Toscana


From the renowned 2010 vintage - 94 pts JS, 91 pts WS, 93 pts Falstaff. - "Shimmering, dark garnet. Aromatic, a finely drawn nose with appealing aromas of pomegrante, crisp, red cherries and cloves in the background. Juicy and much crisp fruit on the palate, with silky tannins that unfold slowly but build up steadily; a long finish."

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Product category: Toscana


DOC SANT'ANTIMO - 100% estate grown Cabernet Sauvignon. "A firm and silky wine with chewy tannins and lots of cabernet character of black currant and walnut. Full-bodied."  92 pts —JS

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About us

Company details

The Máté Winery is an organic family-owned and run estate in the prestigious Santa Restituta zone - the temperate, seaward zone of Montalcino. Among its 27 hectares of Mediterranean woods of herbs and wild fruit are 6,5 hectares of vineyards, planted in extremely varied terroir between 300 and 400 meters above sea level. Varietals and clones, specifically chosen for these various sites and planted to a high density, include Sangiovese (in fossil-filled tuffo), Merlot (in sandy clay), Cabernet Sauvignon (in galestro), and Syrah (on mineral-rich, southern terraces). The selected hand-picked grapes are fermented in small temperature-controlled stainless steel and wood vats, and the wines are aged for up to three years in barriques, tonneaux and 40 HL vats of Allier French oak.



Ferenc Máté, author of The Hills of Tuscany and A Vineyard in Tuscany, and his wife Candace, a painter, left New York City in 1990 for the Tuscan countryside. They bought an ancient, abandoned farm with two hills, a canyon with waterfalls and a 13th century friary with a tower and courtyard. Their neighbors were world-renowned wine makers Angelo Gaja and Gianfranco Soldera. Being perfectionists, the Mátés performed a “museum quality” restoration of the friary, then hired Gaja’s agronomist and France’s Pierre Guillaume to select the best varietals and clones for their fields' wonderfully varied expositions, elevations and soil compositions. Their Syrah and Merlot debued in 2006 from the difficult 2002 vintage. Their success was immediate: Wine & Spirits gave the Merlot an outstanding score, and Dr. Michael Apstein of the Boston Globe, rated the Syrah 92 points, calling it, “remarkable: luscious…gorgeously layered and seductive.“ Their wines, especially their Brunellos, continue to receive 'Outstanding'  and 'Classic' scores and recognition for their excellence. A Vineyard in Tuscany, translated into 14 languages, has sold over a million copies worldwide and is considered to be an excellent marketing tool by importers and distributors.

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Company data

Sales volume

< 1 Mio US $

Export content

> 75%

Number of employees