The emblem of the local tradition: its red colour with ruby reflections displays all the typical characteristics of the vineyard from which it derives, sangiovese. Pigeage is carried out during fermentation to obtain a wine with typical local aromas. To further enhance the characteristics of the original grape variety, processes are only carried out in stainless-steel containers. Chianti DOCG is a fresh wine which has not undergone long aging and needs to be served at room temperature (between 10 and 12°C). It goes well with typical Tuscan dishes, such as pasta al sugo, Tuscan ribollita soup and bistecca alla fiorentina.
- Grape variety: prevalently sangiovese grapes.
- Harvest: carried out by hand in crates from 24 to 28 September.
- Vinification: achieved in stainless-steel containers at a maximum temperature of 26°, with 12 days of maceration and slight pigeage, to obtain typical, fragrant wines which are easy to drink and characteristic of the area.
- Aging: carried out in stainless-steel tanks.
- Tasting notes: medium intensity, bright ruby red colour with wide violet reflections, a typical aroma with delicate cherry notes and a harmonious taste with good freshness and a balanced, medium structure; excellent for drinking with light, delicate tannins followed by a good finish of red fruits.