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2017 Tenuta Santini Chianti Poggioni

$15.46

$185.46 / case of 12 x 750ml incl taxes & bottle deposit

Tenuta Santini’s Chianti Poggioni is a well-structured full-bodied wine, slightly tannic. Its bouquet is intensely vinous with crispy fruit notes – hints of cherry and prune.

Alcohol: 13.5% vol.

Color: Dark ruby red.

Area of Production: Town of Vinci, located in this area between Florence and Pisa.

Grapes: Sangiovese (90 per cent) and Canaiolo (10 per cent)

Serving Temperature: To be served at room temperature (18-20°C.).

Pairing Suggestions: Roasted game, beef and veal and pasta dishes.

About Chianti

Chianti is one of the most popular Italian red wines in the world. It derives its name from the region of primary production in Tuscany. To take on the name, Chianti must be produced in the region and must use at least 80% Sangiovese grapes. 

Chianti is expected to have typical characteristics: earthy, rustic and high in tannins, leaving a dry mouth feeling. Its aroma and taste are tinged with fruitiness, often of cherries and strawberries. Its high acidity make it stand up very well to flavourful foods.

Chianti Poggioni is produced in limited quantity by a small family-operated vineyard in Vinci, the town where Leonardo da Vinci was born.

Chianti Poggioni is a well-structured full-bodied wine, slightly tannic. Its bouquet is intensely vinous with crispy fruit notes – hints of cherry and prune.

Sangiovese - 90%
Canaiolo - 10%

2017 Tenuta Santini
Chianti Poggioni

$15.46

$185.46 / case of 12 x 750ml incl taxes & bottle deposit

Tenuta Santini’s Chianti Poggioni is a well-structured full-bodied wine, slightly tannic. Its bouquet is intensely vinous with crispy fruit notes – hints of cherry and prune.

Alcohol: 13.5% vol.

Color: Dark ruby red.

Area of Production: Town of Vinci, located in this area between Florence and Pisa.

Grapes: Sangiovese (90 per cent) and Canaiolo (10 per cent)

Serving Temperature: To be served at room temperature (18-20°C.).

Pairing Suggestions: Roasted game, beef and veal and pasta dishes.

About Chianti

Chianti is one of the most popular Italian red wines in the world. It derives its name from the region of primary production in Tuscany. To take on the name, Chianti must be produced in the region and must use at least 80% Sangiovese grapes. 

Chianti is expected to have typical characteristics: earthy, rustic and high in tannins, leaving a dry mouth feeling. Its aroma and taste are tinged with fruitiness, often of cherries and strawberries. Its high acidity make it stand up very well to flavourful foods.

Chianti Poggioni is produced in limited quantity by a small family-operated vineyard in Vinci, the town where Leonardo da Vinci was born.

Chianti Poggioni is a well-structured full-bodied wine, slightly tannic. Its bouquet is intensely vinous with crispy fruit notes – hints of cherry and prune.

Sangiovese - 90%
Canaiolo - 10%

2017 Tenuta Santini
Chianti Poggioni

$15.46

$185.46 / case of 12 x 750ml incl taxes & bottle deposit

Tenuta Santini’s Chianti Poggioni is a well-structured full-bodied wine, slightly tannic. Its bouquet is intensely vinous with crispy fruit notes – hints of cherry and prune.

Alcohol: 13.5% vol.

Color: Dark ruby red.

Area of Production: Town of Vinci, located in this area between Florence and Pisa.

Grapes: Sangiovese (90 per cent) and Canaiolo (10 per cent)

Serving Temperature: To be served at room temperature (18-20°C.).

Pairing Suggestions: Roasted game, beef and veal and pasta dishes.

About Chianti

Chianti is one of the most popular Italian red wines in the world. It derives its name from the region of primary production in Tuscany. To take on the name, Chianti must be produced in the region and must use at least 80% Sangiovese grapes. 

Chianti is expected to have typical characteristics: earthy, rustic and high in tannins, leaving a dry mouth feeling. Its aroma and taste are tinged with fruitiness, often of cherries and strawberries. Its high acidity make it stand up very well to flavourful foods.

Chianti Poggioni is produced in limited quantity by a small family-operated vineyard in Vinci, the town where Leonardo da Vinci was born.

Chianti Poggioni is a well-structured full-bodied wine, slightly tannic. Its bouquet is intensely vinous with crispy fruit notes – hints of cherry and prune.

Sangiovese - 90%
Canaiolo - 10%
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