Wine Il Molino di Grace, Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, 2006
Reviews of purchase Il Molino di Grace, Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, 2006
Wine rich garnet color.
The wine has a dry, pleasant taste with light notes of black cherry and hints of dried fruit trailing, especially prunes. Harmonious, full-bodied taste of wine with great balance and refreshing acidity and full of spicy intonations and skin tones and tea, silky tannins and has a fairly long, deliciously rich finish.
In a fragrant bouquet of wine is dominated by fruit tones with dominant notes of sour black cherries and plums, underlined in the background hints of leather, earth, tobacco and smoke. Interesting nuance wine flavor adds a touch of grassy shade of tomato leaves.
Wine blends harmoniously with dishes from red meat and various cheeses.
Chianti Classico Riserva, 2006 - excellent wine made from Sangiovese grapes, grown at an altitude of 300-400 meters above sea level. Harvested by hand in early October. In the production of grapes subjected to 20-day maceration at controlled room temperature 28-30 ° C. Aging wine in barrels made from French and Slavonian oak for 11 months. Barrels used both new former prior to use.
Winery Il Molino di Grace is on the list of the hundred best wineries of the world from the "Wine & Spirits" and represents one of the best success stories of the XXI century in the land of Chianti. The company got its name in honor of the Gracie family and the windmill of XIX century, located on the farm. Before winery cellars, a sculpture of two men carrying the vine, the image is present on the labels of wines from "Il Molino di Grace". The winery, which is located in the heart of Tuscany, in the area of Chianti Classico wine produced in accordance with the rich Tuscan tradition.
History Il Molino di Grace - this is the best example of how two energetic man, an American and a German who came to Tuscany, went to work and after five years have created one of the best wineries in Chianti. Frank Grace, an American businessman who has decided to link their lives with Tuscany, opened forgotten vineyards oxen, which are not far from Panzano. Together with Gerhard Hirmerom, German banker, vineyards were revived and built a modern winery. Collaborate with oenologist Franco Bernabei, the best way to organize the production of wine, decided the fate of the enterprise.