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Chianti Podere Gamba, AA San Ferdinando, Val Di Chiana 2018
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San Ferdinando’s estate spreads over 60 hectares in the heart of Tuscany in the area of Val di Chiana noted for its tradition of oil and wine production. The Grifoni family, inspired by the passion and by the respect for this land, purchased the farm in 1998.
With its nose of forest fruit, cherry, liquorice and coffee this is a silky style of Chianti with soft tannins and good juice
Producer Azienda Agricola San Ferdinando
Origin Val di Chiana, Tuscany, Italy
Appellation Chianti Classico DOCG
Grapes 85% Sangiovese & 15% Pugnitello
Alcohol 13% ABV
Style Medium body red
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking The grapes harvested in mid-October normally. Harvest is manual and grapes are sorted, before destemming and a light crushing. The two grapes are vinified separately in stainless steel tanks at a conga controlled temperature before being transferred into Allier oak barrels for eight months before being bottled.