DOCG Chianti Classico

Chianti Classico is in the true traditional Chianti region, established as a wine-growing area in 1716 by Grand Duke Cosimo III and located along the valleys between Florence and Siena, represented by the Gallo Nero historical symbol. In this region, where production of Chianti DOCG is not allowed, producers have been aiming for a more elegant and structured wine, sometimes brushing against the opulence of the best Sangioveses in the region....

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Selection criteria × Chianti Classico × Uva autoctona a bacca rossa

Chianti Classico wine with uva autoctona a bacca rossa

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Grevepesa Chianti Cl. Riserva Castelgreve 2015

£14.91 Red wine, Chianti Classico (Italy) Castelli del Grevepesa Sangiovese, Uva autoctona a bacca rossa

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