One of the oldest Estates in Tuscany dating back to the 13th century, and currently overseen by 22nd generation Duccio Corsini. It is a sprawling estate of 230Ha, with 50Ha under vine. The winery moved to organic production in 2013. An illustration of their dedication to this sustainable approach is perhaps the production of two wines – under the 'Fico' label – which are produced using biodynamic methods.
The Chianti Classico is composed of Sangiovese with a small percentage of the Colorino varietal.
Aromatics of ripe red and black currants, dark cherry fruit with tobacco, vanilla and dried herbs. The palette balances bright red fruits with a spiced, savoury core. Good acidity, firm fine tannins and a longish finish.
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