As soon as they are harvested, the best Chianti Classico grapes are destined to become Riserva, a wine with a dark red color verging on maroon. Elegant and velvety, it has notes of spices and red forest fruits on the nose, with an imposing structure.
In 2016, 8,200 bottles of Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. were produced. Reserve.
||Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. Riserva
| Produced bottles
||Mainly Sangiovese with complementary grapes in accordance with regulations
||300/350 meters above sea level
| Cultivation method
||Approx. 26 months in 25 hl wooden barrels.
| Aging ability
| In bottle from
| In trade from
||Intense ruby red
||intense and persistent with notes of ripe red fruits, spices and vanilla
||fantastic structured and balanced wine; persistent in the mouth with a pleasantly intense finish
|Ideal with Tuscan cured meats and mature cheeses; recommended with roasted or grilled meat, steak and the classic “Fiorentina”
|Tim Heaton Italianwine.blog 2020||recommended|
|Falstaff 2020||91 points|
|I Vini di Veronelli 2020||89 points|