Le Chiantigiane is based in the heart of the beautiful rolling hills of Tuscany. The area has been growing grapes and making wines for centuries. The area is known for high quality wines and has over 30 DOC recognised areas and 6 DOCG wines regions.
The hilly soil and the weather conditions of Tuscany are ideal for grape growing and, with the passing centuries, the numerous types of grapes grown gave rise to some rare and much loved varieties. Nowadays, the grape variety most grown is the noble Sangiovese.
Tasting Note: "Sour cherry and bacon on the nose, with a great deep complex flavour of cherry, smoked ham, and plums. A juicy length and rounded tannins."