Chianti & Chianti Classico

Chianti Classico is loosely based on the geographical feature of the Monti del Chianti, a series of mountains stretching between Florence and Siena. This area is known for its very fine and ageworthy Sangioveses, crisper than those found in the more southerly Montalcino. This area is a hotbed of talent, but also of long-established producers of great renown. Unlike Brunello, Chianti allows a small proportion of other varieties to be blended, but it must be Sangiovese dominant. 

Richard Ballantyne MW

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  1. Monte Guelfo 2018 ChiantiIn stock
    This is a brilliant value Chianti from the estates of Andrea Cecchi. Made from 90% Sangiovese and 10% Colorino. The... Learn More
  2. Villa Cerna 2016 Chianti Classico 'Primocolle'In stock
    Villa Cerna's Primocolle Chianti Classico is so named as it is the 'first hill' that you encounter when leaving Siena,... Learn More
  3. Selvapiana 2018 Chianti RufinaIn stock
    Selvapiana is the leading producer in Chianti Rùfina, a subzone of Chianti where some of the region's best value... Learn More
  4. Villa Cerna 2016 Chianti Classico RiservaIn stock
    Villa Cerna's Chianti Classico is a step up from the regular Classico, Primocolle, being made with miniscule yields and... Learn More
  5. Querciabella 2016 Chianti ClassicoIn stock
    Querciabella has high altitude vineyards in Greve in Chianti, producing some of the most nervous and elegant wines in... Learn More
  6. Villa Rosa 2015 Chianti Classico Gran SelezioneIn stock
    The ultimate expression of Chianti Classico, Gran Selezione from Cecchi's Villa Rosa estate in Castellina. A... Learn More
  7. Fontodi 2016 Flaccianello della PieveIn stock
    Fontodi is one of Chianti's top and most prestigious producers with Flaccianello della Pieve being their top wine. In... Learn More
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