Chianti DOCG Fattoria San Quintino
Wine of humble origins, Chianti DOCG is born in the fourteenth century. as a perfect complement to peasant dishes from the Tuscan tradition. Its medium to high acidity and medium tannins, make it a suitable companion to many dishes, especially those based on tomatoes. For this Chianti DOCG is that it can be “everyday wine”, we wanted to keep the traditional grapes and the jovial and lively, it is a wine to drink at a table, preferably in the company.
La Fagiana Fattoria San Quintino
Born from a vineyard Sangiovese which takes its name from the land on which it is planted: in living memory, every year a large number of female pheasant have chosen this place to nest. In the highest position and exposed to the sun, the vineyard Fagiana produces the best grapes, small and sparse. Label award-winning, The Fagiana boasts a score of 86/100 in the Gilbert & Gaillard Wine Guide writes: “Deep ruby color. Complex nose of cocoa, red fruits in alcohol (blackberries and raspberries) and balsamic notes of eucalyptus. In the mouth has a good acidity and tannins not aggressive. Continue the spicy note of cocoa. Ideal with cheese “the Fagiana also won the bronze medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2014 and the International Wine Challenge 2014. While at the 15th edition of the Mundus Vini took home the gold medal.
IGT Toscano 100% Merlot
Quinto, in honor of the San Quentin that gives its name to our hill, it is a Tuscan IGT produced by sun Merlot grapes from the Meoni’s vineyard. A careful selection and manual collection in boxes of the best grapes, a wine born important that we let mature in French oak barrels for at least a year. Fifth is a wine with elegant structure and a long finish; best with game, stews and mature cheeses. We recommend opening the bottle at least an hour before serving and store it lying down if possible.
Fifth it was also selected among the wines recommended by the Decanter World Wine Awards 2014 won the gold medal in Les Citadelles du Vin in 2014. While at the 15th edition of the Mundus Vini took home the gold medal, and has collected a score of 85/100 on the Gilbert & Gaillard.