- In Castellina in Chianti, one of the most important historical areas of Chianti Classico, Banfi carefully selects grapes coming exclusively from 40 hectares of the Fonte alla Selva vineyard.
- Bolgheri, famous for its prestigious wines and its exceptional territory, has become the stage of a new, extraordinary Banfi Tuscany wine, called ASKA.
- La Pettegola Vermentino is the newest Banfi Tuscany white coming from the Maremma zone of southern Tuscany.
- Banfi Chianti Classico Riserva is produced from predominately Sangiovese, and other approved grapes, grown in the “Classico” region of Chianti between Siena and Firenze.
- Banfi’s move into Bolgheri presents new opportunities from this prestigious wine territory and is the only wine in the portfolio sourced from the Bolgheri.
- Selected from only the best vermentino grapes from the Tuscan Maremma coast, La Pettegola is characterized by its aromatic expression, crisp backbone and balanced acidity.
- Chianti has long been regarded by many as the “most Italian” of wines, not only because it is the most widely produced classified wine, but also because it possesses a unique personality. Fonte alla Selva Chianti Classico and Banfi Chianti Classico Riserva embody all the characteristics that has made this wine an enduring classic.
- Fonte alla Selva is a Banfi-owned vineyard property in Castellina in Chianti.
Fonte alla Selva, Chianti Classico DOCG: Intense mauve red with expressive varietal notes of cherry, prunes and blackberry followed by a hint of spice. The wine is round, full and balanced with good acidity
Banfi Chianti Classico Riserva, DOCG: Deep ruby in color. Rich bouquet of cherries, plums, and iris. Deep cherry and leather flavors with subtle wood notes. Supple tannins, good acidity, and a lingering finish.
Aska, Bolgheri Rosso DOC: Deep ruby red with violet reflections. Red berries, blueberries and plum jam are followed by hints of tobacco and licorice. The wine is well rounded, with velvety tannins and a persistent finish.
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