Bonacchi Chianti Riserva 2005
Cantine Bonacchi, situated in the heart of the Chianti production zone, began bottling its wine when the new family generation. Thanks to modern technology Cantine Bonacchi offers to consumers excellent products giving special attention to the organic production. Cantine Bonacchi owns more than 60 hectered of Chianti vines and the grapes are harvested using traditional methods and modern automated machinery, ensuring top quality wine. The 'Chianti Riserva' is the result of careful selection and it is aged in oak barrels. This wine displays a ruby red colour with games hues. On the nose, it has an intense and lingering aromas. This wine is dry and velvety with an intense bouquet and a supple, lingering finish. Ideal to be served with Florentine steak, roast and game.
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The result of careful selection, the Riserva is aged in oak barrels. Ageing gives this wine a ruby red colour with garnet hues, an intense lingering aroma and a dry velvety flavour. Cantina Bonacchi, founded in 1965, is a family owned winery that is situated in the heart of the Montalbano Hills, that lie between the towns of Florence and Pistoia in Tuscany and has been making fine Tuscan wines for 3 generations The family owns 40 hectares of vineyards in the Chianti Montalbano and Chianti Classico Gallo Nero as well as 10 hectares divided between Brunello DOCG, Rosso di Montalcino DOC and the Sant'Antino DOC, and 15 hectares from Montecucco DOC vines. Bonacchi's combined production comprises 60,000 HL stored in barrels, barriques, oak tonnaux and modern steel tanks. Cantina Bonacchi is ISO9001 2000 and IFT certified. The family's main goal is to produce quality wines at reasonable prices. 50% of the production is exported to Europe, U.S.A and Japan whilst the r...
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