Chianti is the first wine that comes to mind when talking about winemaking in Italy. The birthplace of Chianti is Tuscany — a province in the central part of Italy, with its western part stretching to the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian seas.
The best-known wine in the variety of Chianti wines is Classic Chianti (Chianti Classico), which is produced in the wine region that shares the same name.
The second most popular wine is Chianti Ruffino. These varieties are considered to be the most valuable, as the technology of their production is controlled by the state as much as possible.
Corsi Chianti and San Paolo Chianti wine producers have a very good reputation. However, on all Chianti wine labels the inscription "Chianti DOCG" can be seen. This inscription guarantees that the wine is of the highest quality. Category DOCG is the highest category in the classification of Italian wines and this title is only awarded to the best Italian wines.
Today, you can buy Chianti in many places including supermarkets and specialized wine stores. Many wine enthusiasts are primarily interested in the price of this wine. Chianti can cost anywhere from ten to a few hundred dollars.
Chianti falling in the price range of approximately $30 is the simplest wine, yet it is suitable for everyday use. This price range includes some types of Chianti Classico. The price of wine largely depends on the prestige of the wine producer, as well as the technology used in its production, productivity and other factors. Chianti is the wine that millions of people choose to accompany their dinner, as well as to drink during a special celebration. Soft, velvety, harmonious wine — this is Chianti wine. If you want to try nice Chianti, you can buy it right now in our boutique.