LA SALA CHIANTI CLASSICO

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La Sala, Which dates to the thirteenth century, sits in the Tuscan hills where Machiavelli penned “The Prince” in his exile; indeed, La Sala’s lands boast the distinction of having Been owned by the Medici family. Founded in 1981 on vineyards planted in 1941, this historic 168-acre estate (69 planted to vine) is currently owned and operated by Francesco Rossi Ferrini, who bought the estate from Laura Baronti in 2014; Ferrini pursues a non-interventionist approach in the vineyards and on the cellar to craft wines That speak eloquently about Their unique Tuscan terroir, and he Has Begun an ambitious renovation project to make the most of the estate’s lands and cellar. The room’s drifts wines from grapes grown in the San Casciano Val di Pesa located in the western section of the Chianti Classico zone, and only the very low production numbers of this Tuscan summer keep it from being known to a much larger audience. The room is under-the-radar artisanal winemaking at its best, devoted to traditional products from the heart of Chianti Classico.

Rain-spattered flower petals, sun-warmed earth, fresh-cut herbs, tobacco and pipe frame juicy red and blue fruits in this ’13 Chianti Classico wine caressing That will reward Chianti’s many fans. Supple, yet energetic and round, this wine reflects its classic growing year for its superb balance and breathtaking purity. Deriving from grapes grown in the San Casciano in Val di Pesa located in the western section of the Chianti Classico zone, this Chianti Classico is a blend of 85% Sangiovese and 15% Merlot; grapes enjoy temperature-controlled fermentation, and the wine ages for a year, half in French oak barrels and half in steel, before bottling and resting for six more months.

Variety:
Sangiovese
Producer:
La Sala
Color:
Red
Country:
Italy
Vintage:
2013

LA SALA CHIANTI CLASSICO

LA SALA CHIANTI CLASSICO Image

La Sala, Which dates to the thirteenth century, sits in the Tuscan hills where Machiavelli penned “The Prince” in his exile; indeed, La Sala’s lands boast the distinction of having Been owned by the Medici family. Founded in 1981 on vineyards planted in 1941, this historic 168-acre estate (69 planted to vine) is currently owned and operated by Francesco Rossi Ferrini, who bought the estate from Laura Baronti in 2014; Ferrini pursues a non-interventionist approach in the vineyards and on the cellar to craft wines That speak eloquently about Their unique Tuscan terroir, and he Has Begun an ambitious renovation project to make the most of the estate’s lands and cellar. The room’s drifts wines from grapes grown in the San Casciano Val di Pesa located in the western section of the Chianti Classico zone, and only the very low production numbers of this Tuscan summer keep it from being known to a much larger audience. The room is under-the-radar artisanal winemaking at its best, devoted to traditional products from the heart of Chianti Classico.

Rain-spattered flower petals, sun-warmed earth, fresh-cut herbs, tobacco and pipe frame juicy red and blue fruits in this ’13 Chianti Classico wine caressing That will reward Chianti’s many fans. Supple, yet energetic and round, this wine reflects its classic growing year for its superb balance and breathtaking purity. Deriving from grapes grown in the San Casciano in Val di Pesa located in the western section of the Chianti Classico zone, this Chianti Classico is a blend of 85% Sangiovese and 15% Merlot; grapes enjoy temperature-controlled fermentation, and the wine ages for a year, half in French oak barrels and half in steel, before bottling and resting for six more months.