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CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG


NAME:
CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG 2013″

GRAPES: Sangiovese, Black Canaiolo and Cabernet Sauvignon
WEATHER CONDITIONS: after a bizarre beginning of the growing season, from mid-July temperature rose and the veraison began 10/15 days late compared to the last years. In September, there was a rise in temperature that led to a proper maturation of the grapes and preserved their health. During the month of October, in many cases the heavy rainfall have led to a dilution of the quantity and quality of the grapes still to be harvested. The production was uneven but with peaks of excellence within individual companies.
PROVENANCE: Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. territory in the town of Castelnuovo Berardenga.
EXPOSURE: South, South/West, West SOIL: Sandy clays with a high presence of stone
PLANT DENSITY: 4500 vines per hectare.
VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 350 m a.s.l.
TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot

TASTING NOTES It has a ruby red color, the nose is intense with a predominance of red berries and violets; the taste is soft, balanced and remarkably persistent.
MATCHING: It goes perfectly with red meat dishes and aged cheeses.

TECHNICAL NOTES

VARIETY: 90% Sangiovese, 10% Black Canaiolo and Colorino
YIELD: 7500 kg per hectare
HARVEST: Manual, from late September to mid October
VINEYARD PRACTICES: Manual
FERMENTATION: 10-15 days in stainless steel tanks
MACERATION: about 10 days
MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION: after alcoholic fermentation
MATURATION: vitrified cement tanks
REFINEMENT: 5 months

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Ha un colore rosso rubino, è intenso al naso con prevalenza di frutti a bacca rossa e viola mammola; al gusto si presenta morbido, equilibrato e di notevole persistenza.