Chianti

Chianti is one of the most historic and appreciated red wines, a symbol of Tuscany and more in general of the Italian wine scene. Tuscan wine was already widespread in the Middle Ages, as evidenced by an official document of 1398.

Chianti is historically produced between the provinces of Florence and Siena, which give rise to Chianti Classico, but, also considering the growing appeal achieved over the years, its production has expanded in the regional territory. In addition to Chianti Classico, some of the finest expressions are also represented by the sub-areas Colli Senesi, Colli Fiorentini or Rùfina.

Chianti is obtained mainly with the native Tuscan variety Sangiovese, the most widespread red grape variety in the Italian wine-growing area; the vine gives the wine its typical aromas of cherries, fruits of the undergrowth, blackberries, and usually a good structure and freshness, features of the wine that can be found, in particular, in the Chianti Classico area.

From  Banfi to Antinori, from Pieve di Campoli to Tenuta di Artimino, from Villa di Vetrice to Podere La Villa, scroll down and immediately discover all the Chianti wines.

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