Chianti Classico DOCG Castello di Monsanto, Tasting notes:
Red Ruby in the glass, Fruity and spicy scents and on the palate is elegant and balanced
Chianti Classico DOCG
Chianti Classico Castello di Monsanto is certainly among the best Chianti wines to be found. Produced from the estate’s youngest vineyards, the Chianti Classico Annata combines the readiness and lightheartedness of the sip with the depth that Monsanto’s soils give its wines.
Castello di Monsanto
There are two places at Castello di Monsanto that capture every visitor for the charm and the magic that is perceived: the Poggio’s hill and the historic cellar. Being able to transmit at least a tenth of the emotions you experience visiting the Monsanto winery is very difficult. The aromas, the echoes, the silences, the layers of noble molds make it a unique place that deserves at least one visit. The company has its origin from here. So from a climb on the Poggio and from a descent into the cellar, the idea of making a Cru in Chianti Classico was born for the first time. It was 1962 when the first 6,000 bottles of the Chianti Classico Riserva Il Poggio were produced. Of the 72 hectares planted with vineyards, between 260 and 310 meters s.l.m., 56 ha are in Sangiovese, the vine in which the company has deeply believed from the beginning. The Sangiovese clones present in the vineyards come from a mass selection of vines found in the vineyard Il Poggio, “the mother” of all the vineyards of Monsanto. In a small percentage are then present the two historical vines of the Chianti Classico vine: Canaiolo and Colorino.