Guido Gualandi | Chianti Colle Florentini | Montebetti Riserva 2011 | D.O.C.G.

€18,95
Article number: GGFMR-7511
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Guido Gualandi | Chianti Colle Florentini | Montebetti Riserva 2011 | D.O.C.G. This Chianti riserva has been made closely following the Chianti tradition using only Tuscan varieties. Excess grape bunches are eliminated in August and during the September harvest, and the Sangiovese bunches are also trimmed as they tend to be too heavy. The grapes are picked by hand using “bigonce,” a type of traditional basket. Some of the non destemmed grapes are foot-pressed, others are destemmed and then fermented together in the wooden vat. Once fermentation is completed, the liquid is transferred to Italian oak barrels for about ten months before bottling. A small quantity of sulphites is added when bottling.The Montebetti Riserva is not filtered. A deposit may form. Harvest: mid-September to end of September Fermentation on the skins and 30% stems for over 15 days. The best tasting barrel is kept for 2/3 years to age and then bottled. Country of origin: Italy Region: Tuscany, Poppiano, Montespertoli Domain: Guido Gualandi Type of wine: red, Montebetti Riserva Classification: D.O.C.G. Grapes: Sangiovese 90%, Colorino 5%, Foglia Tonda 5% Vintage: Riserva 2011 Natural/Organic wines: yes (Bio certified) Aroma’s:  Good structure with a powerful nose,  Red fruit, especially cherry, licorice, underbrush, leather, Taste: Medium-bodied, balanced and elegant, with good tannic structure is well integrated, good freshness and persistence. Ratings: NA Foodpairing: Entire meal, especially on pasta, cheese, meat, especially por Additional information on Chianti di Poppiano, “Montebetti”:

This Chianti comes from a single two-hectare vineyard located in Montebetti, Poppiano in the Montespertoli subzone near Florence. The vineyard was planted by Leopoldo Brogelli in 1970, but some plants are even older. There have been no modifications to the strucuture of the vineyard and only a few plants were added when the vineyard was purchased by Guido Gualandi.

 
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