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CHIANTI DOCG RED WINE
12.5% vol. 75cl
This sensational Chianti, made with grapes from the wonderful vineyards of Tuscany, has a beautiful ruby red colour. Its intense bouquet and taste has strong hints of ripe red fruits and spices leaving an indelible memory, once experienced. Served at room temperature, it pairs wonderfully with rich pasta dishes, white meats and fresh cheeses.
A DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) wine is made using closely controlled and monitored production methods. Only wines showing consistently high standards earn promotion to DOCG status, with the 'G' denoting an additional “garantita,” or guarantee, by the Italian government to be wines of especially high quality.
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FAQs - (Click On The Question To Reveal The Answer)
Q Where exactly is this wine from?
A > The grapes for this wine come from the Tuscany region of north eastern Italy.
Q What temperature should this wine be served at?
A Serve this wine at room temperature (18-20°C) to ensure that you get the best characteristics out of the wine.
Q How long will this wine last once it’s opened?
A Once opened, this wine will begin to lose its intensity in a matter of a few days. For any wine not consumed, store in the fridge after replacing the cork, this will extend the life of the wine by a few days.
Q How should I store this wine?
A Wines with a cork are fine to be stored standing up. Keep all wines away from bright light (both natural or artificial) and keep at a cool and constant temperature, ideally between 10-15°C.
Q Should I decant this wine?
A You don’t need to decant this wine, but, any wine can be decanted. The reason for decanting is to aerate the wine; a lot of young wines can be tight or closed on the nose or palate. By slowly pouring the wine into the decanter it takes in oxygen which helps to open up the aromas and flavours.