Winemaker's Notes Vibrant and inviting. The Sangiovese-based wines of the Chianti Classico regions are characterized by notes of sweet violet, red berries, and wild cherries with slightly spicy undertones. The finish reveals hints of aromatic herbs.
Fruity and harmonious, the taste reveals velvety tannins and an elegant texture. A long and persistent aftertaste with hints of plums and violet characterizes this wine.
Aziano Chianti Classico is versatile and food-friendly, pairing well with a variety of dishes including veal roasted with lemon and sage; grilled chicken marinated in olive oil and rosemary; penne with tomatoes, olives, and basil; and a variety of medium-strength cheeses such as fresh mozzarella, pecorino, fontina, and Parmigiano Reggiano.