Fermentation: After fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of about 17°, it is aged in steel tanks for 4 months.
Taste: Intense and brilliant straw yellow. With hints of citrus, it is fresh and slightly savory. Good persistence combined with a pleasant mineral finish.
Pair: Perfect with fish, first courses with vegetables and soft cheeses.
Serve at 10-12°C
Vini Buoni d'Italia 3 stars
Castello Di Meleto Vigna Casi Chianti Classico Riserva
Fermentation: After spontaneous alcoholic fermentation in wood, a period of maceration on the skins follows with malolactic fermentation taking place in cement tanks. 50% of the wine ages for 18 months in Slavonian oak barrels while the other 50% ages in barriques of second and third usage.
Taste: Ruby red with increasing garnet hues due to ageing. Alluring aromas of violet, cherry and berries, combined with pleasant spicy notes. Round and velvety. Very elegant and supported by thick and smooth tannins. Persistent and intense on the finish.
Pair: Perfect with first courses of ragu and wild game. Excellent paired with aged cheeses such as pecorino. Serve at 18 ℃
James Suckling 93 pts
Wine Advocate 91 pts
Gardini 90 pts
Vinous 90 pts
Veronelli 90 pts
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