Wine Chianti DOCG Michelangelo 2008
Wine a brilliant ruby red color, approaching the pomegranate.
The wine has a dry, tart, velvety taste with an excellent balance of fruit and soft acidity.
The wine has a rich, intense, fresh fruit aroma.
Wine perfectly complements meat dishes or venison, grilled, goes well with ham.
Chianti DOCG Michelangelo 2008 - this is a great Italian wine, which is produced in Tuscany from four different grape varieties: Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Trebbiano, Malvasia.
The winery was founded by Francesco Corsi Corsi in 1917. Francesco was able to turn their dreams into reality and passion. Initially, he was involved in the sale of wines produced in Tuscany. But soon realized the need to create new products. Sell wine now was not enough, it was very important to be able to offer buyers of wine with guaranteed high quality that would depend not only on luck or the ability of production, but also on the ability to mix and keep the flavor and taste wines of different industries in the region. The next step was bottled products, while in Tuscany there were no tanks for wine, but were round flask (fyaski) entwined straw were used Corsi, which enabled the company to identify its wines, to create the label and thus make the products recognizable for buyers. Over time, there is a need of some change. By Corsi joined more people, in addition to the sons Francesco, became a partner of the family Pison; except for old customers, new markets, products sold at the start of the five continents. The company changed many aspects in the working process: introduced new methods of wine production, "fyaski" Replace bottles, expanded the product range. But we can say with full confidence that the original spirit and passion with which the company was created, remained unchanged.