Chianti DOCG

The idea to produce a DOCG Chianti came about during the 2016 harvest. In reality, all of our wines are technically within the Chianti denomination, being more than 70% Sangiovese. However, we have always preferred to label them as IGT Tuscan Red  wine. Thanks to the interest of a few of our clients in the Chianti denomination, which is the symbol of Tuscany, we decided to try our hand at our own traditional Chianti- only Sangiovese grapes with local varieties like Canaiolo, Malvasia Nera and Bonamico. Our Chianti comes from a vineyard named “Raimondo”, which was planted in 2008. It wraps around the southwestern slope of almost all the historic buildings of the estate.



Product details



Sangiovese 90%, other red varieties 10%, Southwestern Exposition; Guyot training; 5000 plants per hectare, with the soil based with calcareous clay and filled with fossils from the Plio-Pleistocene area.



Our DOCG Chianti is the result of a harvest beginning in the first half of September, done by hand with clusters selected for quality.



The alcoholic and malolactic fermentations occur in cement tanks, without the addition of selected yeasts or enological additives, except in cases where a small amount of sulfites is needed. Aging occurs in cement and steel for about 6-8 months, thereafter another phase of refining occurs in the bottle.


Sensory Characteristics:

A optimal red wine that expresses aromas of delicate violets and roses with ripe cherries. It has a pleasant palate, full and fresh with well integrated tannins. It has a long persistence.



Pairs optimally with traditional tuscan plates, such as salami or red meats.


Serving temperature:

16 - 18 Celsius