Wine Castellare di Castellina, Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, 2015
Noble ruby color wine with age becomes red-garnet color.
The wine has a velvety texture and reveals a dry, full, harmonious, more exotic taste with soft rounded tannins and notes of dark fruit, flowers, mint and licorice.
Intense bouquet of wine is woven from subtle aromas of red fruits and expressive notes of violets.
The wine is best with game, roasted red meat and mushroom dishes. It perfectly complements the taste of traditional Tuscan cuisine.
On the territory of Castellina in Chianti, at an altitude of 409 meters above sea level grow vineyards, age - more than a quarter century. It was there that the harvest is born for flexible and elegant wine Chianti Classico Riserva. His start vinified in the first half of October, after which the wine is aged for 15 months in French oak barrels. Chianti has a pleasant, dry taste with soft tannins and aroma carries intense notes of violet.
Chianti Classico Riserva from Castellar de Castelino is a good example of how you can even today, producing quality wines from indigenous grapes, respect the traditions and local history, while not succumbing to the whims of fashion. Fashion trends often force manufacturers to lose the uniqueness and elegance of the wine. Wines Castellari di Castelino always a classic harmony of taste and aroma and softness that is always appreciated real wine lovers.
After Castellari di Castellina Paolo Panerai has created in the heart of the Maremma area of Tuscany farm Rocca Frassinello. This major international project developed in partnership with Les Domaines Baron de Rothschild-Lafite. It includes 500 hectares of vineyards, of which 80 hectares of vines planted today Sandzhoveto (40 ha), Cabernet, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Shiraz. The project is based on the best Italian and French traditions of viticulture and winemaking. Panerai third economy, which came into Domini di Castellina Castellari, was Feudi del Pisciotto. The winery is located in Sicily. It owns 40 acres of vineyards, half of which is planted with a variety Nero d'Avola, and a new cellar for wine-making and aging wine.
Alessandro Chellai, general manager and chief enologist of Domini Castellare di Castellina, says: "Each of our wine has the task of expressing the absolute superiority, quality and tradition. We are very pleased to offer our wines for people who appreciate the deep roots and unique professional skills winemakers."