Wine Bibbiano, "Bibbiano" Chianti Classico DOCG, 2013
The wine is rich dark ruby color with a purple hue.
Lively, intense flavor of the wine reveals notes of ripe cherries, nuances of tobacco and earthy notes. A bright, steady finish with mineral touches.
The rich aroma of the wine is woven from the nuances of ripe fruit and berries that are filled with expressive sound exquisite bouquet. Complement the flavor notes of minerals and oak.
The wine is excellent with dishes from red meat, grilled meat, grilled meat, pasta with cream sauce, seasoned cheeses and pates.
Bibbiano - Italian winery, located in the famous Chianti area municipality Castellina in Chianti in Tuscany. For the third century family owns Marci, successfully developing the company and continuing the tradition of their ancestors. And the first mention of the manor Bibbiano relate to 1089, when the territory of the castle Bibbiano, church and vineyards was transferred lord Giovanni di Benz. Since Bibbiano changed a lot of owners, among whom were wealthy nobles, Florentine hospital, landlords and princes. And only in 1865 the brothers Casimiro and Pietro Marzi, the ancestors of the current owners, bought the estate Bibbiano. The plans of the brothers and their heir - his son Pietro, Antonio, was to expand the territory and build a new manor house, and they successfully implement them, until everything changed the Second World War. Since the summer of 1944, the estate was located a military unit, which has a negative impact on the economy, inflicting damage. Only in 1950, Pier Tommaso Marzi and his son-in Alfredo Marrokezi and famous enologist Giulio Gambelli started the complete reconstruction of Bibbiano, which involves the construction of a new cellar, the modernization of equipment at the winery, as well as the planting of 20 hectares of vineyards and 10 hectares of olive trees. Today, now run by brothers Tommaso and Federico Marrokkezi Marci, representing the fifth generation of winery owners. For the creation of wine in the economy Bibbiano responsible agronomist and oenologist Stefano Porchinai. Most of the vineyards given over to the cultivation of Sangiovese Grosso and Sangiovese and Merlot and Colorino. His purpose, the company sees the creation of high quality wines that would be able to celebrate Bibbiano - terrain that gives life to an elegant, balanced wines. In addition to wine-making company has been producing olive oil and offers agritourism.