Arcanum Il Fauno


Through its history, the estate subsequently passed through the ownership of two historically prominent Italian families – the Del Taja family, followed by the Piccolomini family. The Del Taja family purchased the land parcel by parcel in 1504, expanding the estate and adding architectural enhancements. In 1829, the Del Taja family sold the property to one of the most illustrious families of Siena, the Piccolominis, who added to the grandeur of the estate – they built gardens, lakes, and many of the villas that stand on the property today. Continuing its legacy of family ownership, Tenuta di Arceno was acquired by Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke in 1994. It was one of the first estates the Jackson Family purchased outside of California.

This blend of international varieties is sourced from vineyard blocks located in the lower section of the estate, in a warmer, exposed subsection that ripens early and produces wines that tend to be voluptuous and lush. The nose exudes ripe black cherries, earthy vanilla bean, and cedar.


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