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    Chianti Classico Riserva 2008 by Castello di Ama (Italian Red Wine)

    • 13.5%
    • RED WINE
    • SANGIOVESE
    • TUSCANY
    • 750 ml
    • 2008

    The Sangiovese and Merlot grapes were hand-picked in early October, they were visually inspected on a sorting table, then de-stemmed and gently pressed. Each grape variety was fermented separately, in stainless steel, followed by numerous pumpovers each day. After macerating on the skins for about 21- 23 days, the wine underwent malolactic fermentation. Following assemblage of the final blend, the wine was transferred to barriques, 20% new and the remainder used, for approximately 12 months Maturation.

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    Chianti Classico Riserva 2008 by Castello di Ama (Italian Red Wine)

    £ 58.22

    FOOD PARING

    Chianti Classico Riserva 2008 by Castello di Ama is a perfumed wine, with a perception of a lighter body due to the smooth and ripe tannins. Food pairings can reflect that with white meats such as veal or game, or lighter tomato based pasta dishes.

    • PASTA WITH TOMATO SAUCE

    TASTING NOTES

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    TUSCANY

    Chianti Classico Riserva 2008 by Castello di Ama is a lively and intense wine, the bouquet is composed of wild berry fruit. A gorgeous, aromatic marriage of fruit and spice give way to this refined and stylish wine.

    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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