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chianti

a dry red wine produced in the Chianti region of Italy

Chianti

the best-known Italian wine. [Ital. Hist.: NCE, 2990]
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Then, in the mid-1800s, farmer Clemente Santi cultivated local Sangiovese vines specifically to express Montalcino's warm, arid climate, altitude and variety of soils -- near in distance but far in flavor from Chianti.
Rooms at Castello di Fonterutoli B&B in Fonterutoli, Chianti, start at [euro]100pn including a buffet breakfast in the osteria.
Asda's Wine Selection Chianti 2012 is poles apart from the Sasso Al Poggio in style and price.
Viewers of the video series will experience the unique flavors of the wine, food, and culture of one of the most beautiful regions of Italy, as well as learn about the many producers of Chianti Classico wines.
Chianti Classico has always been defined as the zone between the provinces of Florence and Siena, since 1716.
Chianti classico is light and fresh (released a year after the vintage), and riserva is aged for an obligatory two years.
Castellina in Chianti was our first stop on day three.
From the heart of Tuscany, this red has the characteristics of a traditional chianti.
Y si Florencia, Siena y Chianti se caracterizan por su cocina de productos sencillos, pegados al terruno, los amantes de los pescados y los mariscos disfrutaran su visita a las ciudades de Pisa, con su sin par torre inclinada, y Livorno, la segunda en importancia de la Toscana.
We are aiming at national off-licence chains to continue to support Chianti in the UK.
While it has a cheap and cheerful reputation, up-market versions are available, but for mid-budget try Sainsbury's 2004 Taste the Difference Chianti Classico, pounds 7.
A COLLECTION of medieval towns and hamlets nestled amid rolling hills creates the beautiful landscape of the Chianti region in Tuscany.