The 'Cellole' Gran Selezione Chianti Classico by San Fabiano Calcinaia born from the best selections of Sangiovese grapes grown in Cellole vineyards. It matures in barriques and tonneaux of the 2nd and 3rd passages for about 24 to 30 months followed by aging in the bottle for at least 6 months. The Great Selection is obtained after a period of aging of a few years.
The Chianti Classico by San Fabiano in Calcinaia born from the Sangiovese grapes of San Fabiano vineyards. He graduated in 2nd and 3rd passage barriques for a period of 12 months and then rested in a bottle for at least 3 months. It is the synthesis of the Chianti tradition. Suitable for ready-to-eat, improved after an average period of aging.
The Chianti Classico DOCG Great Selection, Badia a Passignano Estate, by Antinori is produced exclusively from the best grapes of the property located in the Chianti Classico area. One of the Antinori excellence. Matured for at least 14 months in oak barrels and 16 months in the bottle: the result is a wine of great intensity, complexity and balance.
'Il Poggiale' Chianti Classico Riserva by Castellare di Castellina is the cru of Chianti Classico; was born from a single vineyard and has consistently obtained the highest scores for elegance and typicality. Having aged for about 18 months in oak barriques and completed by an additional year of glass refinement, it is a Chianti that exalts the enormous potential of Sangiovese.
'Al Limite' by San Leonino is the cru of the Chianti Classico: born from a single vineyard and has consistently obtained the highest scores for elegance and typicality. Aged for about 18 months in oak barrels and completed by a further year of aging in glass, it is a Chianti that enhances the enormous potential of Sangiovese.Sangiovese.
The Chianti Classico DOCG, Tenuta Peppoli, by Antinori comes from the typical grape varieties of the area that are grown in about 50 hectares. Complex wine, well structured with a fruity character and full of aromas. Sangiovese fruity and full of vitality matured both in French oak barrels and in American oak barrels.
The 'Tenuta Perano' by Frescobaldi is made on the hills of Gaiole in Chianti, from vineyards located 500 meters above sea level. The position represents an extraordinary qualitative uniqueness that gives the wine a bright purple color, intense fruity aromas and a large tannic structure, permeated with an elegant vibration. Ideal accompaniment of meats and medium and long seasoned cheeses.
The 'Tenuta Perano Riserva' by Frescobaldi is made on the hills of Gaiole in Chianti, from vineyards located 500 meters a.s.l. Red with intense fruity aromas and a large tannic structure, permeated with an elegant vibration. The result of careful manual selection in the vineyard, it is then refined in Slavonian oak barrels for 24 months. Ideal with meats and medium and long seasoned cheeses.
The 'Castello Fonterutoli' by Mazzei comes from 120 different company parcels, after the master blend of his elder brother. This Chianti undergoes a period of aging in oak barrels, 40% new, for 12 months, before being bottled. Elegant body and very well proportioned. Aromas of berries, enriched with pleasant spicy notes. Soft and intense taste.
The 'Ser Lapo' by Mazzei is an important Chianti Classico Reserve with which the Marquises Mazzei want to celebrate their illustrious Ser Lapo ancestor, to whom we owe the first known document on the use of the denomination 'Chianti'. Sangiovese 90% and Merlot 10%, harvested manually. The wine ages for 12 months in small French oak barrels. Pleasantly structured and intense.
'Castello Fonterutoli Gran Selezione' by Mazzei 40 years of research, more than 300 meters of altitude gradient, 120 parcels, 36 Sangiovese biotypes of which 18 exclusive, 120 vinifications and distinct refinements, the assembly of 50 wines from the best parcels: fin from its birth, Castello Fonterutoli is the true champion of the Chianti Classico.
'Salivolpe' by San Leonino is a Chianti Classico Gran Selezione or the 'selection' of the best Sangiovese grapes in certain exclusive vintages. The name 'Salivolpe' indicates the first Etruscan name of Castellina in Chianti and the 'stars' of the label take up the frescoed ceiling of the Church of San Leonino. A Chianti that knows how to keep history and modernity together and coherent.