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 Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG

Red Wine from Toscana  · Italy
750ml · 13%
Banfi Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG

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Varietals Sangiovese
Appearance Deep ruby-red.
Nose The nose is complex and characterized by notes of plum jam and blackberries accompanied by tertiary hints of licorice, vanilla, and leather.
Palate Excellent structure with a long and persistent finish.
Serving Temperature Best enjoyed at 16-18°C
Ageing Potential Drink now or hold up to 6 years

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Toscana  · Italy

Banfi, a family-owned wine producer based in Tuscany, is celebrated worldwide as “Builders of Brunello.” The Mariani family, firmly established as leading importers of fine wine in the US, founded their Castello Banfi vineyard estate in Montalcino in 1978. In so doing they indissolubly linked Banfi to this terroir and its growth.

They assembled a contiguous estate of 2,800 hectares, one-third of which is planted to a constellation of single vineyards. Their respect for the territory and desire to highlight its character inspires them to produce wines of distinction and personality, each characterized by a soul deeply rooted in - and expressive of - this extraordinary pla... Learn More



Tuscany, less a region than a collection of regions, has been famed for centuries for its wines. Within Tuscany, we find the famed wines from Chianti, Montalcino, and Montepulciano, as well as the more recent “Super Tuscans.” 

The warm climate of Tuscany makes it ideal for growing wine grapes on the rolling hillsides, and the best vineyards have exposure to coastal breezes or high altitudes that keep the grapes from ripening too quickly. Sangiovese is dominant here, though the coastal regions of Maremma DOC and Bolgheri DOC produce many French varietals for the production of super-premium wines such as Tignanello, Solaia, and Sassicaia.

The wines of Chianti have grown in quality over the last few decades, a complete departure from the pallid tables wines of the 70s, and Brunello di Montalcino or Vino Nobile di Montepulciano offer complexity, depth, and character, developed over extended ageing periods.

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