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    Chianti Classico Riserva “Montebuoni” 2018 by Castello di Ama (Italian Red Wine)

    • 13.5%
    • RED WINE
    • SANGIOVESE
    • TUSCANY
    • 750 ml
    • 2018

    The Montebuoni vineyard (14.5 hectares) was re-planted by Castello di Ama in 1997. The grapes are hand-harvest late August/early September. The Sangiovese and Merlot are vinified separately using native yeasts, in steel tanks at controlled temperature between 28° and 30°C. With manual pumping overts to enhance the Sangiovese varietal character. The blending of the grape varieties takes place after malolactic fermentation. The wine has been refined in second-passage oak barriques of thin grain for approximately 12 months and finally bottled in spring.

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    Chianti Classico Riserva “Montebuoni” 2018 by Castello di Ama (Italian Red Wine)

    £ 37.78

    FOOD PARING

    The smoothness of Chianti Classico Riserva “Montebuoni” 2018 by Castello di Ama allows a lot of pairing options from red meat, game meat, to even white meats. Roasted chicken thighs with sun dried tomatoes will serve you well.

    • WHITE MEAT

    TASTING NOTES

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    TUSCANY

    Chianti Classico Riserva “Montebuoni” 2018 by Castello di Ama has notes of blackberry, raspberry, blueberries and currents. Elegant, well-balanced and a long lasting finish.

    THE WINERY

    CASTELLO DI AMA
    THE WINERY


    The Winery: Castello di Ama
    Castello di Ama is in the historic heart of Chianti Classico, in central Tuscany, between the Florence and Siena provinces. Beauty and uniqueness enticed this family, originally from Rome, to Ama in the early Seventies. Bound by their love of wine, they replanted the vineyards and introduced new production methods, building a new winery with the end goal of producing Chianti Classico and returning Ama to its former glory.

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