Chianti Classico DOCG Renzo Marinai

2019 vintage, perfect to drink now, improves with time up to 20 years



Weight 1.3 kg
Goes best with:

Intensely flavoured dishes, game, roasted or stewed red meats



12 in stock (can be backordered)

Chianti Classico DOCG Renzo Marinai, Tasting notes:

Brilliant ruby red in colour, this Chianti Classico has a composed, delicate and long bouquet, the taste is dry, full and savoury, with good texture.

Chianti Classico DOCG Renzo Marinai

The land where renzo Marinai’s estate stands offers a unique terroir rich in mineral salts in which sangiovese plays the leading role, and the wines produced acquire unique characteristics in terms of aromas and structure.

 Renzo Marinai

Renzo Marinai’s estate is named after the nearby ancient church of San Martino. Renzo Marinai himself took over the estate in 1996 and, with the support of oenologist Giovanni Cappelli, completely reorganised its operations, converting it into an entirely organic farm. The estate covers about 33 hectares; just over eight are planted with vines. The terrain is undulating, rising and falling between 350 and 500 metres above sea level. The soil is marly, perfect for Sangiovese, allowing good drainage and the development of deep roots.

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The soil is marl, perfect for Sangiovese, allowing good drainage and the development of deep roots. After Renzo Marinai’s arrival at San Martino, a Cecione in 1996 new vineyards were laid out and planted, and the traditional dry stone walls were painstakingly rebuilt to reflect the land as it had looked for centuries.