Sangiovese, long misunderstood and blended with other grape varieties, has only been vinified on its own for a few decades. The greatness and potential of Sangiovese is fascinating. Similarly to Pinot Noir, it is very difficult to grow and vinify, as well as incredibly sensitive to the location it is grown in. Although the vineyards at Castagnoli are very close together, the fruit that they produce can show remarkable differences. Therefore, we divided our eleven hectares of vineyards into 19 different parcels, which we harvest, ferment and vinify separately. Each vintage, this allows us to create a Chianti Classico that best represents Castagnoli's land and the year it was produced.
17 Points: "Mid Crimson. Concentrated spice and cherry nose with real depth. Succulent and juicy and concentrated all at the same time. Plenty of chewy tannins and tangy fruit on the finish. 2019 - 2025"
91 Points: "Full and intensive ruby red with purple. Blackberry Nose with black currants, aramena cherry, underlaid with white pepper. Specific black currant in the mouth, excites with compact tannins, firm, long finish."