Wine Conti Serristori, Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, 2008, gift box
Reviews of purchase Conti Serristori, Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, 2008, gift box
Wine of bright ruby color with garnet reflections.
Sredneteloe wine has spicy and elegant taste with a pronounced texture and velvety tannins. Long aftertaste decorated with hints of raspberry and almond.
Bright aroma of the wine reveals hints of violets, iris, clove, cinnamon and raspberry.
Wine combined perfectly with poultry, lamb, meat of a young kid, cold meats on the grill and pecorino cheese.
Elegant complex wine Chianti Classico Riserva, 2007 is made from Sangiovese Grosso grape varieties grown in some areas of the Chianti Classico in Tuscany. The height of the hills here is 300-350 meters above sea level, is dominated by mixed types of soils, the vines are made to the system Guillot. The harvest usually takes place in the first week of October, when the grapes have fully ripened. Fermentation Harvest in neutral containers held at a controlled temperature of 25 ° C with added yeast. Remontazh applied. Extract in French oak barrels for 2 years. Thereafter, the wine in the bottle is kept an additional 3 months.
Conti Serristori - the pride of the region, the winery is famous for the production of typical Tuscan wines by the time-tested local technologies. Its products are well respected because of the high level of quality, which have traditionally provided good care of the vineyards and winemaking techniques professional.
Name Conti Serristori vinonelnya received from the ancient Florentine family, known for its noble origins. Start of production of wine dates back to XV century, when Antonio Serristori, Senator of the Republic of Florence, married the heiress of Niccolo Machiavelli, received as a dowry farm with vineyards and olive groves, located in Sant'Andrea in Perkussina.
Today Conti Serristori is a part of GRUPPO ITALIANO VINI ("Group of Italian wines") and owns 145 hectares of vineyards that stretch between themselves heart of the Chianti Classico area and the historic part of the town of San Gimignano. Chianti and other great Tuscan wines are vinified and aged in the cellar of the main economy, while Vernaccia is produced in the estate of San Gimignano.