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Castello di Gabbiano Chianti Classico 2009

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1691315
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Castello di Gabbiano Chianti Classico 2009 750ml

Castello di Gabbiano Chianti Classico

Colour: intense ruby red, clear.Bouquet: There are floral sensations of fresh sweet violets, maraschino cherry jam and a hint of vanilla.Taste: Dry to the taste, smooth and full, with marked tannin, well-rounded; the freshness is measured but firm, excellence persistence on the nose.

Produced according to the most traditional Chianti Classico fermentation processes on the skins, in temperature-controlled tanks at a temperature of 28°C. Malolactic fermentation takes place naturally in steel tanks. The wine is bottled a year after harvest, after several (5/7) months ageing in medium and large capacity French oak casks – from 15 to 50 hectolitres.The moderate use of the wood, the choice of large casks, according to the most classical method, allows the wine to preserve the most natural characteristics of the Sangiovese grape, bringing them into harmony: fruitiness, freshness and the level of tannin.

Ideal for first courses in thick, heavy sauces, with meat stuffing, mushroom risotto, spicy red meats, Tuscan Arista of pig, wild mushroom fricassee, truffled or semi-seasoned hard cheeses.

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Castello di Gabbiano Castello di Gabbiano Chianti Classico 2009
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
 

Notes on the Castello di Gabbiano Chianti Classico 750ML 2009

Tasting Notes Colour: intense ruby red, clear.Bouquet: There are floral sensations of fresh sweet violets, maraschino cherry jam and a hint of vanilla.Taste: Dry to the taste, smooth and full, with marked tannin, well-rounded; the freshness is measured but firm, excellence persistence on the nose.

Wine Maker Notes Produced according to the most traditional Chianti Classico fermentation processes on the skins, in temperature-controlled tanks at a temperature of 28°C. Malolactic fermentation takes place naturally in steel tanks. The wine is bottled a year after harvest, after several (5/7) months ageing in medium and large capacity French oak casks – from 15 to 50 hectolitres.The moderate use of the wood, the choice of large casks, according to the most classical method, allows the wine to preserve the most natural characteristics of the Sangiovese grape, bringing them into harmony: fruitiness, freshness and the level of tannin.

Food Pairing Ideal for first courses in thick, heavy sauces, with meat stuffing, mushroom risotto, spicy red meats, Tuscan Arista of pig, wild mushroom fricassee, truffled or semi-seasoned hard cheeses.