Wine Castello di Querceto, Chianti Classico DOCG, 2013
Reviews of purchase Castello di Querceto, Chianti Classico DOCG, 2013
The wine is bright ruby color.
The taste of wine - dry, well-balanced, soft. The combination of shades of red fruits and tannins give the wine a refined accent character and develops in a long, harmonious finish.
The wine has a subtle, attractive aroma with pronounced fruity tones, light nuances of field herbs and earthy touches.
This wine is best served with pork, red meat, roasts and cheeses.
Chianti Classico DOCG - dry red wine from Tuscany, representing the popular Chianti Classico zone. This is the most ancient Chianti area is famous for the production of the wine produced here in the times of the Etruscans. The wine is produced from traditional for the region with the addition of Sangiovese and Canaiolo Colorino varieties that are grown in several vineyards in the region. The average age of the vines used - from 10 to 30 years. Vinification process involves fermentation at 28 ° C, and the duration of maceration is 10 days. Aged wine for 10 months in large oak barrels, followed by another three months - in bottles. The potential of the aging of Chianti Classico is 5-8 years, and now the wine to fully reveal its excellent organoleptic properties. For the first time Chianti Classico DOCG in the economy Castello di Querceto was released in 1897.
Castello di Querceto - farm in Tuscany, shrouded in legends and has behind him a long, rich history. The construction of the castle dates from the 16th century. This magnificent piece of architecture, originally owned by Longbardam, to this day retains its medieval image. Since 1897 the estate belongs to the family of Francois, who for several generations, dedicates his life to winemaking. Already in 1911 they managed to win the prestigious international prize in oenology. The property is surrounded by a landscape of stunning beauty. Vineyards are located on hilly terrain at an altitude of 470 meters above sea level. Planting vines extend over 60 hectares, 10 hectares are reserved for olive groves. Family Francois specializes primarily in the cultivation of red grapes, led by Sangiovese. The relatively small area reserved for white grapes - Trebbiano Toscano, Chardonnay, Malvasia and Vernaccia.
Today the estate runs Alessandro Francois, who are very sensitive to the process of creating wines, so paying a lot of attention the subtleties and nuances of wine. Castello di Querceto The company successfully exports its products to countries such as Japan, Greece, Sweden, USA, Canada, Hungary, Russia, Austria, Peru, China, Australia and many other corners of the globe.