chianti classico
docg riserva

vinification and aging

Chianti Classico DOCG is one of the best known wines in the world and is named after the land from which it comes. Its production is regulated by strict standards that protect and guarantee its quality. Chianti Classico is in fact the oldest area of Chianti. Ripe grapes are crushed immediately after harvest. The must is then fermented in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature (20-25°C). When primary fermentation is completed, malolactic fermentation takes place and then aging for a minimum of 24 months.


Intense ruby red tending to garnet.


Intense and distinctive with notes of violets, red fruits and underbrush0.


Harmonious, dry, savory, full-bodied and persistent.


Ideal with roasts and game, pasta with meat sauce and savory dishes.

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