James Suckling, one of the world’s leading wine critics whose reviews are read and respected by wine lovers, serious wine collectors, and the wine trade worldwide, published the 2019 wine tasting report for Tuscan wines. On his 100-point scale “a wine rated 90 points or more is outstanding”. We are proud that four of our wines have received 90 and
It is an honor for us to be present in the 2020 edition of the Slow Wine guide. The review derives not only from the tasting of the wine, but also from the visit to the vineyards, to the cellar and from the meeting with the people who work in the winery. Here is their judgment on our Chianti Classico
Armata dell’Aiola is a red wine produced mainly from Sangiovese, the most important grape variety in Tuscany. It shows an intense ruby red color, a vinous aroma with hints of fresh red fruit and a pleasant smoothness on the palate.
Which wine would you choose to sip on our terrace? The Bianco or the Rosato dell’Aiola which are the right wines for the hot summer days? Or do you prefer a glass of Chianti Classico, the traditional wine par excellence? We also offer the tasting of more than one wine. Everything is combined with a breathtaking view of the Chianti
The vineyard is a magical place, it changes constantly, as you can see on these two photos of June 14th and July 5th. On the left the vineyard is in bloom. Dozens of flowers in each bunch have opened up. After about 10-14 days of full bloom, fruit set is well established and the pollinated flowers have begun to form
The Chianti Classico Riserva 2015 was awarded a silver medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards and a gold medal at the Concours International Sélections Mondiales des Vins Canada!