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A historic wine produced at Castello Nipozzano, about 35km northeast of Florence, it is a symbol of Tuscany’s wine making traditions due to its complexity and strong ties to its terroir.
The Frescobaldi Nipozzano Gold Edition is a limited release bottle to mark the winery's 150th anniversary in 2014.
Chianti Rufina Riserva DOCG
Country of Origin:
Sangiovese and complementary grapes (Malvasia nera [Black Malvasia], Colorino, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon)
The wine is ruby coloured with purple reflections. Entry on the nose is floral, clean aromas of sweet violet which prevail over the fruitiness. Then, raspberry, blackcurrant and cherry, accompanied by liquorice scents and spicy notes of Muscat and white pepper. At the end sweet notes of black plum jam and almond candy appear. Entry on the palate is warm and decisive, with tannins readily evident. The texture appears decisive, a typical characteristic of Chianti Rùfina. Long persistence. Aftertaste at the end dominated by floral and spicy notes at the back of the mouth.