The List of Three Glasses of Gambero Rosso Tuscany

Gambero Rosso is the leading company in the food and wine sector in Italy and one of the references for fans around the world. Founded in 1986 the company is considered the most authoritative in the judgment of quality, so that the symbols of the Shrimp – Three Glasses for wine, the Three Forks for the…

16 Italian in the Top 100 di Wine Spectator

After launching release in fits and starts on the top ten most anticipated by manufacturers, retailers and wine lovers , the drafting of Wine Spectator has unveiled the wine judged best of the year , Spain’s La Rioja Imperial Gran Reserva 2004 Cune , with a score of 95 / 100 , priced $ 63…

Chianti Classico Docg 2010 – Poggerino

#18 position on Top 100 Wine Spectator of 2013 The winery’s largest production (about 40.000 bottles per year). It is made from Sangiovese 100%. The wine spends one year in barriques before being aged in bottle. Its colour is light ruby, with aromas of blackberries, cherries and redcurrant, with a touch of licorice and vanilla…

Chianti Classico Riserva Docg 2009 – Lilliano

Grape variety or blend: percentages Sangiovese 90%; complementary 10% (grapes from first selection) Maturing/ageing phases, times and containers used: Storage in vitreous cement tanks until malolactic fermentation is completed. Chianti Classico Riserva is aged in Allier barrels (hl 28-34) for two years . Ageing in the Bottle: 6 months (three compulsory by Law). Sensorial analysis:…

Chianti Classico Docg 2010 – Lilliano

 Sangiovese: 80-85%; Colorino, Canaiolo and complementary grape varieties: 15-20% Vinification: phases, times and temperatures. Selection of the bunches in the vineyard; repeated daily pumping over for at least 20 days, at temperatures mainly between 28 and 32°C. Maturing/ageing phases, times and containers used: Storage in vitreous cement tanks until malolactic fermentation is completed. Vintage Chianti Classico is…

Retromarcia Chianti Classico Docg 2009 – Monte Bernardi

Retromarcia is a Chianti Classico made from Sangiovese (95%), Merlot (3%) and Canaiolo Nero (2%) grapes. A large proportion of the grapes come from vineyards consisting of shale (Galestro), limestone (Alberese) and sandstone (Arenaria-Calcare-Pietraforte), and are, on average, ten years in age. The vinification and maturation is reminiscent of a more traditional style Chianti Classico;…