Montoro E Selvole Wines
Grape: Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Malvasia and Trebbiano.
Production Area: Tuscany
History: In order to preserve the peculiarities of the farm-made wine, at the beginning Giovanni Matteuzzi planted American grapevines and then engrafted them one by one with the buds of 60-70 years old stumps that had been selected at the time by his grand-father Emilio.
Aging: The “Montoro e Selvole” wine is handcrafted using traditional methods. Aged in old barrels, it owes its particular organoleptic features to the nature of the land, the position and the temperate climate. Moreover, the blending of the grapes Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Malvasia e Trebbiano contributes to create a traditional “Chianti Classico” fit to hold the emblem of the Black Rooster.
Alcohol content: 13.5% alcohol by volume
Color: Nice soft garnet red, violet tones
Taste: Full bodied with wild berry fruit flavours and typically rich finish
Food pairing: This wine would compliment rich pasta dishes, great pizza and a home cooked “Nonna’s” roast of any meat.
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