For every friend of mine, who enjoy the fantastic wine from Tuscany, I made a special case of wine, directly from the Chianti Region!.
“If Tuscany deserves to be described as the most picturesque regions of Italy, Chianti is imposed by far as the most Italian wines”.
Today the name “Chianti” is a guarantee of noble wine, produced according to strict laws that protect the quality standard and with it the sensory characteristics.
2018 Chianti Crete Rosse - A grape-variety of Sangiovese, Canaiolo and other native grapes. Grows on hills dating back to the Pliocene era. A wine of ancient origins, the territories of which were extended in 1716 by the Grand Ducal Proclamation to beyond the hills, known as Chianti. Chianti is a wine with ancient origins, but it was only in Medieval times that Chianti Wine began to be identified. Chianti wine is mentioned by a trader, Francesco Datino of Prato (1383-1410), in his mercantile letters. It's characterized by a bright red color tending to garnet with age. His bouquet is intense and fruity and its flavour is austere, full-bodied, tasty and slightly tannic, refining to smooth and velvety with time.This wine goes well with roast game, red meat and spicy cheeses, pasta and risotto with meat sauce.
2017 Chianti Classico Doge - Selected Sangiovese Grosso grapes come from vineyards planted over 15 years ago cultivated on hilly ground in polychrome schist soils at an altitude of 500m a.s.l. The colour is deep, clear ruby red tending to garnet with age. Has an intense bouquet with a slight aroma of violet. His harmonious, dry, tasty and slightly tannic flavour has refined to smooth and velvety with time. It's excellent with all courses of a meal and exceptional with mushroom risotto, roast meat, cannelloni, stewed meat and chestnuts.
2017 Chianti Classico Vicario – A Selected Sangiovese Grosso grapes cultivated on hilly ground in polychrome schist soils at an altitude of 400m a.s.l. With a deep, bright, clear ruby red tending to garnet with age. Its bouquet is intense with a slight aroma of violet. The flavor is harmonious, dry, tasty and slightly tannic, refining to smooth and velvety with time. The deal companion for noble poultry, game and mature cheeses. Excellent with pasta served with tasty meat sauce (pappardelle for the best), roast meat, finely sliced raw meat and pecorine cheese.