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The 2005 Querceto Chianti Classico was made at Castello di Querceto and was a blend of 92% Sangiovese grapes and 8% Canaiolo grapes that have aged ... Read more
decent - i wouldn't buy this wine again. Read more
This Classico is made from the tradional grapes and aged in oak. Read more
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The 2005 Querceto Chianti Classico was made at Castello di Querceto and was a blend of 92% Sangiovese grapes and 8% Canaiolo grapes that have aged in casks for 10-12 months. The wine was a medium-to-deep ruby color, with flecks of garnet starting to appear on the rim. On the nose, I found blackberry, black cherry, and hints of cedar and powdered cocoa. In the mouth, the cedar was more pronounced than on the nose, but the black fruits still dominated. The wine was well balanced, with nice acidity and tannins. For my complete review, visit my blog at http://bit.ly/KJjPK
decent - i wouldn't buy this wine again.
This Classico is made from the tradional grapes and aged in oak.
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