Lively ruby-red, beautifully intense, evolving to garnet with aging.
Intense, yet delicate; sometimes with a hint of violets and a tendency to become more complex by ageing.
Dry, supple, persistent, well-balanced, with structured tannins.
PAIRINGS WITH FOOD
Aged Pecorino cheeses, red meat, game.
San Casciano V.P., Colle Val D’ Elsa, Gaiole in Chianti.
The Chianti Classico Riserva is obtained by 24 months of aging in oak, followed by 3 months of aging in the bottle.