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Ruffino's most well known Chianti Classico Riserva, since 1927 a benchmark in Tuscany for red oak barrels. The development time in the oak barrel, stainless steel and bond adds up to an aggregate of two years. Fragrant and full-bodied, adjusted on the sense of taste with fine-grained tannins, succulent foods grown from the ground freshness in the rich finale.
Medium-bodied, Chianti Ruffino is pleasantly fruity, harmonious and persistent.
This Sangiovese exhibits a fresh bouquet of violets, woodland berries, spices and leather. Deliciously smooth, plush and juicy on the palate with loads of ripe fruit.
Brilliant red in shading, smells of violets and red berries supplement undercurrents of calfskin and anise. On the sense of taste, this wine is dry and smooth with smooth tannins that make for a group satisfying, simple to-drink red wine. Match this wine with antipasti, Bolognese sauces, amusement, and ready cheeses.
A rich red, backed by good acidity, leaving space for its cocoa dust, blackberry and spice notes. Just a bit burly on the finish. Well balanced wine of medium weight with the jammy flavors of ripe plums, cherries and red fruit. Lively with a long, peppery finish.
90% Sangiovese, 10% Merlot this is an amazing value wine. A huge burst of upfront fruit is balanced beautifully by supple tannins and refreshingly zesty acidity. Delicious!
The 2011 Chianti Colli Senesi shows all kinds of floral intensity with pressed violets and red rose. It offers a steady flow of berry and sour cherry aromas with tightly polished tannins. This is a great value.
Deep, luminous ruby red in color, this Chianti Classico offers aromas of ripe cherries and plums, with nuances of toasted oak and violets. On the palate, the wine displays a superb, full structured character, all of which unfolds into an intensely savory finish.
For owner Marco Bacci, success is in the details, from vineyard to bottle. The entire Castello di Bossi portfolio of wines carefully balances the tradition and rich history of the region with innovative winemaking techniqes; this Chianti Classico is no exception. Made from 100% Sangiovese, grown in soils with high chalk content, this wine shows just how good this varietal can taste.
A lovely, medium bodied effort with hints of spice and cocoa, not to mention a terrific value.
Delivered from grapes developed in the "Classico" zone of Chianti, amongst Siena and Florence, Banfi Chianti Classico Riserva has achieved new statures as a refined Tuscan wine. Following at least two years of maturing, one of which is in Slavonian oak barrels, this all around adjusted wine has kinds of cherry, vanilla, cocoa and zest. An exquisite backup to simmered meats, pastas and cheddar.
Full-bodied palate with an elegant balance between velvety tannins and mature fruit.
This perplexing and dark red wine is portrayed by sweet cherry and red berry natural product notes with carefully spiced insights of tobacco, calfskin, cedar, white pepper and a touch of rock. It's very much adjusted on the sense of taste, with smooth tannins, firm causticity and a waiting completion of rosemary and figs. Its structure will enable it to age for a long time. Nourishment Pairing: Enjoy this immortal Tuscan diamond with Italian top picks, for example, prosciutto and other antipasti, mushroom risotto, pasta Bolognese, and chicken cacciatore. Or, on the other hand, combine it with basic flame broiled meats and simmered vegetables for an exemplary Tuscan dinner.
100% Sangiovese. The grapes are gathered by hand and painstakingly chose. In the wake of destemming they are gently pounded and gathered in concrete vats for 10-15 days. Amid the common alcoholic maturation the must is controlled persistently so the temperature does not surpass 30° Celsius. After the alcoholic maturation the wine is racked into different vats for the malolactic aging that for the most part is closed before the finish of December. The wine is racked again into medium limit barrels (20 hectoliters) where it is refined for a year. Packaging more often than not happens in Marc
Carpineto was helped to establish in 1967 by wine visionaries, Giovanni Carlo Sacchet and Antonio Mario Zaccheo. The match set out to deliver a world-class red wine from Chianti Classico - a locale that had once ruled among Kings yet had, around then, tumbled from support in the midst of wine enthusiasts. The team immediately built up a global, grant winning notoriety for reliably rich wines by receiving present day viticulture and winemaking procedures to make wines that significantly surpassed the quality benchmarks of the time.
As of late, the second era has joined the twosome. They have remained consistent with conveying forward the first mission, however have likewise widened Carpineto's degree by extending vineyard property, modernizing viticultural and enological rehearses, and building up a strict, supportable generation code that elements sustainable power source and biodiversity. Today, experimentation runs as one with the soul of development of the organizers with finish regard for Tuscan esteems.
The winery takes its name from the Greek carpos, which means organic product, which is the essential concentration at the winery, as they solidly trust that the nature of a wine is controlled by the nature of the grapes. Their broad possessions take into account finish quality control and determination of organic product. Carpineto claims and oversees more than 439 hectares of site-particular, domain possessed vineyards all through Tuscany in the Chianti Classico, Montepulciano, and Monteregio/Maremma labels which are planted to a variety of local and global varietals. Their property incorporate 6 single vineyards.
The winery highly esteems its maintainable, low-affect cultivating procedures and holds fast to a strict generation code which incorporates eco-accommodating medications connected honestly, extraordinary thoughtfulness regarding the safeguarding of nature, and creation and utilization of sustainable power source, especially sun based board innovation.
For Carpineto, wine speaks to energy, love, nature, and culture. With an end goal to exhibit this in their accumulation, they cling to a strict code enabling them to deliver sweet-smelling, age-commendable, receptive, reliably exquisite wines with smooth tannins and no leftover sugar.
Enhancing harvest opportuneness with an end goal to guarantee the quality and soundness of the grapes
Day by day sanitation of all frameworks
Steady temperature checking of wines all through aging
Restricting the utilization of added substances or stabilizers, regardless of the possibility that allowed by law, except for vital sulfites, which are utilized as a part of amounts far underneath legitimate cutoff points
This 2011 Chianti Classico is a full-throttle mono-varietal Sangiovese that thunders out of the glass in a blast of succulent red natural products, warm seat calfskin, newly worked earth, smoky minerals, and pulverized bloom petals. Strong and profoundly customary, this wine is a seriously immaculate Sangiovese articulation, one that notices back to Chianti Classico's foundations while conjuring its supreme terroir. Sourced from the bequest's eight plots, this wine ages with just regular yeasts in stainless steel tanks, and after that ages in botti for around two years before discharge. This wine can be delighted in now or cellared for quite a long while.
Truffle, new calfskin and plum are a portion of the fragrances you'll discover in this tight red. The sense of taste conveys Morello cherry, pulverized raspberry, star anise and gritty diversion flavors, set against splendid sharpness and firmly twisted tannins.
Full-bodied with a generous, fruity core, where the notes of cherries and small berry fruits intertwine with sensations of Mediterranean herbs, such as rosemary and thyme, and hints of oak.
We just deliver this Chianti Classico Gran Selezione in remarkable vintages. When we do make Riserva Ducale Oro, we begin by gathering the grapes by hand, generally from our Gretole domain in the Chianti Classico sobriquet. The vineyard parcels are vinified separately to protect their specificity to the land. We age the wine in oak, stainless steel and solid vats for three years, a year longer than required by Italian law. The wine at that point spends extra months in bottle before discharge
A well proportioned, elegant body, dark berry, fresh spice flavors, intense, smooth taste Great ability to pair: dark sauce pastas, BBQ, boiled meats with spicy sauces, aged cold cuts...
There's so much happening on the nose and the wine brings you to cherry, spice, licorice, pressed rose and grilled meat in equal measure. No one element overpowers the next. The mouthfeel is also tight and bright withf fruit intensity that promises long cellar aging. This Brunello is only at the beginning of a long road ahead. 98pts Wine Advocate (2010)
Succulent yet immaculate Sangiovese organic product, that obvious Montalcino terroir, a bounty of wildflowers, a touch of umami and a soupçon of earth merge and transform in this charming inspiration of the stellar 2010 vintage. Given that this bequest is helmed by the President of the Brunello Consortium, it's nothing unexpected that Il Poggione's '10 Brunello is a wondrous thing - smooth, droning with essentialness, and rich in natural, truffle-loaded terroir. Il Poggione reliably makes one of IWM Founder Sergio Esposito's most loved Brunellos, and there are loads of reasons why. Tucked in the southern Brunello di Montalcino zone, Il Poggione's vineyards get the advantage of a liberal Mediterranean atmosphere, and the bequest has made a notoriety for profoundly adjusted, uncommonly age-commendable Brunellos.
A very ripe style with prune, berry and salted-nut aromas and flavors. Full body, savory intensity and a long, flavorful finish. Lots of juicy, fabulous fruit. Shows the greatness of the vineyard. Drink or hold. James Suckling 94 pts
Very rare and very fine. Made from in the passito style using dried grapes barrel aged for three years, it offers honey, caramel, and orange peel. Serve with biscotti.
The 2011 Cepparello is a big wine that moves over the palate with authority and determination. It reveals thick layers of tobacco, spice, red cherry, grilled herb and pretty ashy-mineral accents. 94pts Wine Advocate (2011)
Wild berries, squashed blossom petals, new cut herbs, sweet flavors, licorice and earth drift from the glass of this really, expressive '11 Brunello. Rich and sleek, this wine, be that as it may, crackles with vitality as it crosses the sense of taste, scrambling smooth tannins and plentiful dry concentrate. Initially, Gaja's Pieve Santa Restituta, some portion of which adjoins the noteworthy vineyards of Gianfranco Soldera, had two noteworthy possessions, Rennina and Sugarille, however the bequest included 25 extremely blustery sections of land in Brunello's upper east subzone in 2005. Getting from destinations in Sugarille, Santo Pietro , Chestnut, and Pian dei Cerri, the grapes for this wine mature for a month in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for a year each in barriques and barrels.