Chianti Classico Riserva Bindi Sergardi

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The wine is called "Riserva" because the property rights in the past let the owner "reserve" his most precious belongings for himself only-

 

Denomination: Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG

Grape varietals: Sangiovese and a small percentage of complementary varietals

Location of vineyards: The grapes are selected from Macialla Vineyard, near Quercegrossa. The terrain is characterized by a structure and composition ideal for grapevines.

Altitude: 420-450 m.

Exposure: South /southwest

Soil: For the most part alberese and galestro

Training system: Cordon spur

Vineyard density: 5.200 vines per hectare

Vinification and aging: Fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats and maceration lasts for 18 – 21 days at a controlled temperature of 28/30°C. Shortly after malolactic fermentation the wine is transferred into oaken barriques – not new ones- where fermentation takes place and where it is aged for 15 months. The bottled wine then remains a further 12/15 months stored in the cellar for refinement prior to its release on the market.

Color: Intense ruby red

Nose: An ample, complex bouquet with mineral notes, incense, spices, citrus and mint.

Taste: Very balanced and smooth reveals alla aspects of the Sangiovese grape which gave birth to it. Red berries, spices and violet. Rich, mineral and elegant wine.

Notes: Maintains its characteristic properties and improves over time.

Serving suggestions: Traditional accompaniments are red meat (both roasts and salted), game, and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18° C. Open 1 hour ahead of time.

Conservation: Store at a constant temperature of circa 17C° away from light

Formats: 750 ml

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ap legend: The wine is called “Riserva” because the property rights in the past let the owner “reserve” his most precious belongings for himself only.