"The perfect Tuscan wine experience coming from the best climate, made with superb Sangiovese grapes and it enjoyed a year of aging in oak barrels."
Chainti Classico comes from the most genuine and oldest vineyards in Tuscany. The vineyards are protected by the surrounding mountains and hills that characterize the scenery. The region is recognized as a quality wine region since 13th century. The wine is recognized by the neck label with the Black Rooster, which is only used for Chianti Classico for almost one hundred years. The conditions to make the wines in the region are optimal, where the soil and Mediterranean climate bring powerful, aromatic wines. Sangiovese grapes are responsible complexity of this Chianti, while the aging in oak for 12 months, makes the wine smooth and refined.
The number indicates the sugar content in grams per liter of the wine. 4 g/l sugar is considered a dry wine.
Aroma: cherry, blackberry, oaky.
The more body a wine has the more structure and complexity a wine has. Light bodied wines have more fruit aromas and lower alcohol content. Medium bodied wines are easy to drink, smooth and not overwhelming.
The number denotes the alcohol %.
Range from light to dark (full body red wines): 1-5
Tuscany is located in the middle of Italy and the most important region in the country. Wines have been made here for thousands of years and the Chianti region was the first wine with the DOCG designation, which is the highest appellation. In fact, the first definition of a wine-area called Chianti was made as early as 1716.
NOSE A wine expressing ripe red fruit, black cherries, with hint of vanilla and flowers in a harmonious style.
TASTE Easy and dry red wine. It is smooth and has a pleasant and elegant after taste.
BODY Full bodied wine, well balanced and round. Long finish.
COLOR A ruby red color.
VINTAGE This 2014 was a classic vintage bringing stylish wines with elegancy.
Ideal with grilled meat and pasta dishes. Nice too with cheese and pizzas. Serve at 18°C.