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Bright ruby and richly textured with sweet cherry and raspberry flavors, notes of violet and almond compliment hints of vanilla, toast and spice.

- Marco Galeazzo, Winemaker

Our grapes were grown in the commune of Gaggiano di Poggibonsi in Tuscany, at altitudes of 750 to 2,000 feet – among rolling inland hills, olive groves and cypress woods – where the warm growing season and perfect soils combine to create the truest expression of Sangiovese in the world.

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About the Region

The Chianti area – a stone’s throw from the Chianti Classico classification. These low yielding vineyards – a combination of Galestro (limestone) and Albarese (sand) soils – impart complex, rich and refined characteristics to the Sangiovese grape.