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The Chianti Classico has a deep, ruby red color developing garnet reflections with aging. The wine has an intense bou...Read more...
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Excellent medium bodied red; low tannins, fruit; easy to drink Read more
Not a bad chianti Read more
Picked this up at of my usual vendors for pricey Italian reds, mainly just to try it, since it was a bargain compared to what I tend to usually go ... Read more
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Excellent medium bodied red; low tannins, fruit; easy to drink
Not a bad chianti
Picked this up at of my usual vendors for pricey Italian reds, mainly just to try it, since it was a bargain compared to what I tend to usually go for. Pleasantly surprised. A great "house" wine. Light, yet sophisticated. I am partial to wines that have some noticable tannins and minerality, and are not overly sweet or fruity. Doesn't taste like a young wine at all. Great value for money if you ask me.
This really young but good red is a great "drink anytime" wine. Very fruity and will stand on its own. Try this instead of a Malbec for BBQs. This is especially great at $9.99 @ Peco's in DE.
We got a case for a gift and I think it's very good. Light, not too sweet and no after taste. A great value.
Great with Osso Bucco
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In the beautiful olive and cypress-studded countryside between Florence and Siena lay the quaint hilltop villages of the Chianti Classico region. The wine of the same name is produced exclusively in this charming and beautiful area. Grapes: Sangiovese 90%, Canaiolo 10%. Vinification: maceration of the skins in the must and fermentation at controlled low temperature. Aging: after the final blend is assembled, the wine is aged for six months or longer in oak casks. Finishing: the wine is bottle during the second year, then bottle aged in our temperature controlled cellars for 4/6 months before release.
The Chianti Classico region is in the beautiful olive and cypress-studded countryside between Florence and Siena. Chianti Classico is produced exclusively in this charming area. Made from 90% Sangiovese and 10% Canaiolo grapes, only the finest fruit is selected from the Carpineto estate vineyards in Dudda for Chianti Classico. The wine derives its rich color and flavor from maceration of the skins in the must and fermentation at a controlled, low temperature. It is aged in oak casks for a minimum of 6 months and then bottle aged for a minimum of 4-6 months before release. One of Tuscany’s outstanding values, Carpineto Chianti Classico is comparable in size and style to many Riservas.
The Chianti Classico has a deep, ruby red color developing garnet reflections with aging. The wine has an intense bouquet with hints of violets, berries and cherries. Its flavor is rich, velvety, full bodied and well balanced.
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