Chianti Red Wine

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The DOCG covers all Chianti wines produced in the Chianti region from Siena to Florence, including the province of Pisa to the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The Chianti DOCG Diacceroni wine reserve is the excellent result of a careful selection of grapes, which give the wine uncomparable characteristics, the expression of a soil with optimal exposure to the sun, and the ability to enhance the aromas of Sangiovese.

Diacceroni interprets the production of its own Chianti DOCG Riserva red wine in the wake of the great Tuscan tradition, enhancing the characteristics of the "prince" of Tuscan vines, the Sangiovese, combined with cherry, canaiolo and colorino. The careful selection of the production vineyards, as well as the grapes, at the time of harvesting, allows us to exalt all the best characteristics of this type of wine.

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Description

Wine characteristics

The Sangiovese’s popularity is due largely to its diversity, which depends greatly on the soil typology in which the grape is grown. The Sangiovese grape is like a chameleon since it alters its genetics to the fit the environment, and hence, has many mutations that make this wine so interesting. This modern interpretation of this ancient variety blended with Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo and Merlot gives the wine a taste that is earthy and round, with hints of clove, spice, and cherries..

Grapes

Our Red IGT is composed of 60% Sangiovese, 20% Merlot (the most prolific grape of France), 20% Canaiolo and Ciliegiolo.  This wine has been aged in oak barrels, from which it receives its woody nose, and then aged at least further other 6 months in the bottle.

Pairing

Our Red IGT makes a great marriage with hearty Tuscan pasta dishes, mature cheeses, and grilled meats.

Alcohl: 12,5% vol.

Served at: 15-18°C

Volume: 75 cl

Additional information

Weight 1.125 kg

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