A wine region that needs no introduction. Its wines and its history continue to fascinate generations of wine lovers and beyond.
We have selected and reviewed four proposals not to be missed, three of which are organic/biodynamic.
Chianti Classico Brolio Riserva 2017 by Ricasoli 1141: “The sample opens with floral hints reminiscent of a leek pot of red flowers, followed by notes of dark berries such as blackberries and ripe raspberries, sweet spiciness of cinnamon and vanilla. Nuances of nutmeg.” For the full review click here.
Chianti Classico Vigna Casanova dell’Aia 2020 by Istine: “The sip is of extraordinary elegance, perfectly balanced in its components. The tannic texture is good, silky and smooth, corroborated by a persistent aftertaste of ripe fruit and liquorice stick.” For the full review click here.
Chianti Classico San Lazzaro Gran Selezione 2019 by Valiano: “In the mouth it is well balanced, acidity and flavor supported by a velvety tannic texture offer the taster an elegant and pleasant sip. Persistent with an important aftertaste of blood orange and liquorice.” For the full review click here.
Chianti Classico Vignalparco Riserva 2019 by Casa Emma: “In the mouth it is striking for the balance of its components. The sip is rich, with a velvety and perfectly balanced tannic texture, elegant and with an important persistent aromatic taste of spices corroborated by a delicate balsamic nuance .” For the full review click here.