Wine Caparsa, "Caparsino" Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, 2004
Wine of intense ruby color.
Wine attracts a sweet, warm, slightly restrained and dense fruit flavors with a colorful acidity and firm tannins fine-grained. Refreshing pleasant aftertaste fill intonation spices, tobacco and bitter cocoa nuances.
Wine is characterized by a rich, vibrant bouquet drop juicy aromas of cherries, strawberries and plums framed by notes of leather, tobacco, cocoa and spices.
Wine matches perfectly with red meat, cheese, pasta, pizza and traditional Tuscan cuisine.
Caparsa, "Caparsino" Chianti Classico Riserva - organic wine with the traditional "village" character, but with a modern design. It attracts with its lively, subtle, elegant taste and lush fruit bouquet with notes of spices.
"Caparsino" produced in 2004 on the basis of Sangiovese grapes (95%) with the addition of a small part of Canaiolo varieties and Malvasia Nera, grown in the vineyards of the province of Siena, located in the heart of the area Chianti Classico. The vines grow at an altitude of 450 meters above sea level on soils rich in groundwater. Vinification takes place spontaneously, with the participation of natural yeasts and lasts about 12 days. Then drink at least two years aged in oak barrels, during which its organoleptic characteristics are getting richer and deeper. Before bottling the wine is not filtered. Thanks to good acidity "Caparsino" has a long storage capacity and the ability to develop in the bottle for 10-15 years.
Caparsa philosophy can be defined in one word: tradition. Following a long tradition of local wine making is carried out at all stages of the wine. The work in the vineyards used biological methods of treatment and only organic products, with particular emphasis on the culture of environmental protection. All production processes and the wine are a reflection of the company's philosophy. Wines Caparsa, certified as organic, made in the traditional Tuscan style, but are modern clean and bright taste. Paolo believes that the unique wine making their very nature, combined with the work and the mood of the people.