Wine Fattoria Selvapiana, "Vigneto Bucerchiale" Chianti Rufina DOCG Riserva, 2013
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Reviews of purchase Fattoria Selvapiana, "Vigneto Bucerchiale" Chianti Rufina DOCG Riserva, 2013
Wine of deep ruby color.
The wine has a rich, rich, rich flavor with silky tannins and hints of blackberry and plum aftertaste.
The lush, saturated bouquet of wine infused aromas of red berries, violets and cherries.
The wine will be a perfect accompaniment to game, grilled meats and aged cheeses.
Chianti "Montalbano" Riserva from the company Tenuta Cantagallo - dry red wine that is produced from famous grape Sangiovese. His crop harvested in mid-October, when fully ripe berries. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks under strictly controlled temperature. Then the wine is placed in a large French oak barrels Allier and maintained throughout the year. After that wine is bottled and kept for a further 8 months in the cellars of the winery.
Tenuta Cantagallo (Tenuta Cantagallo) - winery, whose name translates as "the singing rooster", belongs to the family Peratstsuolli since 1970. The winery is located in the picturesque town of Montalbano, known as the birthplace of the great Leonardo da Vinci. Even the local landscapes preserved in their outlines trends of the Renaissance. Today it is managed by Enrico Peratstsuolli, which accounts for the founder's grandson. It conveys the passion for winemaking, honoring ancient traditions and love for their land - all eloquently expressed in his wines. Enrico - a good manager, he is completely updated and refurbished equipment winery cellar. Vineyards farms occupy about 3 hectares of land, much of which is given over to the local grape Sangiovese is also grown Cabernet Sauvignon. All work carried out on the principle - "a bottle of wine from the vine."
The Selvapiana estate in Medieval times was one of the watchtowers along the Cité River, built to protect Florence from the northeast border. In the Renaissance, the building was converted into a summer residence for noble families and the bishops of Florence. In 1827, the estate was acquired by Michele Juntini, a successful banker and ancestor of the current owner, Francesco Giuntini.
Francesco Juntini always believed in the uniqueness and powerful potential of the Rufin region. It was he who became one of the first Tuscan wine producers to create Riserva class wine from only one Sangiovese grape variety. Since 1997, Fattoria Selvapiana has been run by the sons Francesco, Federico and Silvia. In addition to the vineyards, olive groves of great value are located on the farm.