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Trecciano Chianti Colli Senesi Riserva 2015 750ml
Charming and fruity, this ’15 Chianti Riserva puts its lush cherries and brambly berries in the spotlight, framing them with baking spices, warm earth, violet petals, and new leather. Round yet sprightly, this wine fills the mouth with a sweet inner perfume as a thrumming iron-ore bass line moves it to a brisk, food-friendly finish. Named after the red earth of its vineyards, this Chianti Riserva is an ideal Tuesday-night wine. After being hand-picked, Sangiovese grapes ferment with selected yeasts for about two weeks in temperature-controlled stainless steel; the wine ages for 18 months in botti, followed by at least four months of bottle rest before release.
Lanciola Ricciorosa Sangiovese Rose 2014 750ml
Full-bodied, complex and delicious, this mono-varietal Sangiovese rosé bursts from the glass with aromas of juicy red fruit, crushed wildflowers, hints of spice and earth, and a kiss of minerality. This ’14 complements its juicy, succulent fruit with a kiss of dusty tannins and a streak of minerals, making it a food-friendly rosé that’s a perfect complement to seafood, salads, or white meats. This wine derives from Lanciola’s Greve holdings; this Chianti Classico vineyard abounds with shale, which accounts for the wine’s minerality. It ferments in steel tanks and ages in barriques before bottling.
Castello di Cacchiano Chianti Classico 2005 750ml
There aren't many estates more dedicated to Chianti than Castello di Cacchiano. Proprietor Giovanni Ricasoli-Firidolfi is dedicated to creating a top-flight expression of Sangiovese and this muscular, well-made wine is a testament to his devotion to the varietal.
Castello di Cacchiano Chianti Classico 2004 750ml
The Ricasoli-Firidolfi, one of the oldest families in Tuscany, have owned this winery since the 11th century making in this stellar year a wine of fine texture dried cherries flavor.
Castello di Selvole Chianti Classico 2012 750ml
2012 gave Toscana a warm vintage, and Castello di Selvole turned its raw materials into a radiant, open-knit Chianti Classico. This mono-varietal Sangiovese ’12 Chianti Classico rests its juicy red fruit on a foundation of underbrush, sun-warmed earth, roasted herbs, and cigar wrapper. Jaunty, tasty and polished, this Chianti Classico pulls you back to the glass. Crafted in a mix of traditional and international protocol, this wine ages in barrique before bottling, where it rests for three months before release. A definitely delicious, food-friendly wine, this Chianti Classico is ideal to enjoy right now.
Castelvecchi Chianti Classico Capotondo 2016 750ml
Castelvecchi’s ’16 Chianti Classico Capotondo reflects its banner year in its terrific balance, alluring aromatics, and electric energy. Crushed herbs, dusty earth, violet petals, and peppery spices frame the zesty red and brooding blue fruits in Castelvecchi’s winning ’16 Chianti Classico Capotondo. This is a very classic Chianti that showcases its food-friendly acidity against a backdrop of velvety tannins, savory spices, and a lingering, complex and textured finish. Mostly Sangiovese with about 12% Canaiolo deriving from several of the estate’s Radda vineyards, grapes ferment for about a month in vats, and the wine ages for about a year in a combination of large and small barrels, followed by eight months in bottle before release.
Fontodi Chianti Classico 2015 375ml
In any vintage, Fontodi Chianti Classico is pure pleasure, but in 2015 it’s outstanding. Ruby red in the glass, this mono-varietal Sangiovese wine speaks equally of Tuscan terroir, tradition and history. From its bouquet of rain-spattered flowers and cherries, to its palate of frutti di bosco and earth, this organically produced Chianti Classico is a classic, timeless rendition of Italy’s favorite food-friendly wine, and its piquant acidity, juicy fruit, and smooth tannins make it a timely addition to any dinner table. Deriving from multiple vineyard sites in most vintages, in 2015 this Chianti Classico includes grapes usually designated for Flaccianello, making it perform like a “baby Flaccianello.” Sangiovese grapes ferment for two weeks with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled tanks, and the wine ages in barrels for eighteen months before bottling.
Castello dei Rampolla Chianti Classico 2011 750ml
Quite possibly the best normale bottling of Chianti Classico you’ll ever taste, this juicy, balanced and delicious ’11 comes from Castello dei Rampolla, the biodynamic winemaking force behind the iconic Super-Tuscans Vigna d’Alceo and Sammarco. Velvety, stylish and a little opulent, this ’11 offers succulent red and blue fruit that’s touched with leather and cigar wrapper, wafted with smoke and wildflowers, sprinkled with earth, and chock full of Panzano terroir. Showing breathtaking depth, finesse and balance, this Chianti Classico, a blend of 90% Sangiovese with the remainder split between Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, will make you reconsider everything you thought you knew about Chianti--it’s just that delicious.
La Sala Chianti Classico 2013 750ml
Rain-spattered flower petals, sun-warmed earth, fresh-cut herbs, and pipe tobacco frame juicy red and blue fruits in this ’13 Chianti Classico, a caressing wine that will reward Chianti’s many fans. Supple, energetic and yet round, this wine reflects its classic growing year in its superb balance and breathtaking purity. Deriving from grapes grown in in the San Casciano Val di Pesa located in the western section of the Chianti Classico zone, this Chianti Classico is a blend of 85% Sangiovese and 15% Merlot; grapes enjoy temperature-controlled fermentation, and the wine ages for a year, half in French oak barrels and half in steel, before bottling and resting for six more months.
Castello dei Rampolla Chianti Classico 2015 750ml
Welcoming but balanced, this ’15 Chianti Classico bursts with sweet fruits, bristles with acidic energy, and balances all its elements with grace. Juicy red and blue berries dance against a backdrop of warm new leather, blood orange zest, savory herbs, baking spices, fresh loam and rain-spattered wildflowers in this luminous Chianti Classico. Peppery, chewy tannins stud the cheeks as this wine whooshes across the palate, building to a mineral-laden, powerful finish. Showing breathtaking depth, finesse and balance, this biodynamically grown and vinified Chianti Classico, a blend of 90% Sangiovese with the remainder split between Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, will make you reconsider everything you thought you knew about Chianti--it’s just that delicious.