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Querceto di Castellina Winery

Querceto di Castellina is an ancient winery dating back from 13th century, in the heart of Chianti Classico. It is very close to Castellina in Chianti, an old village, as well. Located almost 500 meters above sea level, Querceto di Castellina was restructured by the wine maker’s father Giorgio, in the early 1960s, and now it […]

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Chianti local grapes

Italy has hundreds of native grapes. They are known as autochthonous grapes, found from region to region. One of Italy’s most famous wines, Chianti, contains a number of local, native grapes. Many consumers know Sangiovese as the primary grape used in Chianti. The percentages of grapes depend on the particular appellation where winemakers produce the […]

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Savignola Paulina winery and Il Palagio winery

Panzano in Chianti and Greve in Chianti are two of Chianti Classico’s 9 wine communes of Tuscany. Both towns are located along the Chiantigiana, the road that takes you through the Chianti wine region. Along the route Fattoria Savignola Paulina and Il Palagio di Panzano allow one to get a true sense of Tuscan life. […]

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Fontodi & Vallone di Cecione Wineries in Panzano

In Chianti Classico wine region in Tuscany,  Panzano is one of the cutest towns. Located south of Florence on the Chiantigiana (SS222) after the town of Greve. Panzano is a rather quiet town with Piazza Bucciarelli at its core. It is home to  a number of wineries including Vallone di Cecione and the well-known Fontodi. […]