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This Classico is made from the traditional blend of grapes and aged in oak. It exemplifies the personal style of winemaker Alessandro Francois.
In Italian “querceto” means oak grove, which is where the Castello di Querceto got its name. Nestled in a high valley near Greve in the Chianti Classico zone, the castle, which dates back to the 15th century, is surrounded by a grove of oak trees. Wine production is a legacy here and quality is a tradition. Even with this entry level Chianti DOCG it’s clear that the wine surpasses expectations and offers phenomenal value. 2009 was another stellar vintage in Tuscany and this wine’s bold fruit and classic style tell the story. Perfect for everyday and any day.
"Querceto Chianti DOCG 2009 has clear ruby color. It has scent with hints of ripe fruit
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