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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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Rooms at Castello di Fonterutoli B&B in Fonterutoli, Chianti, start at [euro]100pn including a buffet breakfast in the osteria.
The trouble is, he couldn't call it Chianti anymore, only "table wine." It was a risk.
Soltani attended wine tasting events and festivals, and visited restaurants in the villages of Radda, San Leonino, and Greve in Chianti, among others.
Chianti Classico has always been defined as the zone between the provinces of Florence and Siena, since 1716.
it SIENA: Nannini, Near Piazza Del Campo, Banchi di Sopra 22, Town Centre CASTELLINA: Rocca delle MacE1/4e, I- 53011 Castellina in Chianti, Loc.
The company has also expanded its pasta sauce line to include Roasted Garlic Chianti and Four-Herb Malbec Marinara varieties.
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.
Chianti is undoubtedly the most famous wine of Tuscany, and arguably, Italy.
Illustrated with b&w historical photographs, it recounts the aerial battles between Italian bombers and members of the Royal Air Force and describes the devastation the "Chianti Raiders" wrought on British towns and cities.
"The ideal climatic conditions for producing what we today call Chianti will be in Germany, just as those for producing Champagne or Bordeaux wines will be found in southern England," Jones predicted.
Home to romantic cities such as Siena and Pisa, it is also where you will find the Chianti region, near the Arno River between Florence and Siena, where wine has flowed in the Tuscan hills since medieval times.
The winner walked away with a holiday for two to the Chianti vineyards of Italy.