Chianti’s area is an ancient and traditional ground made in XIII sec. It is characterized by unique and beautiful scenary, green hills, secular cypresses, beautiful vineyards, olive groves, woods, small towns.
Geographically it is on Toscana’s territory between Firenze and Siena with different weather conditions, and builds.
In 1700 Chianti’s wine, was made only by Sangiovese’s grapes. In 1800 it was mixed-up with different typologies of grapes, and with these different blends. It was “Bettino Ricasoli “baron that choose an ideal composition for extract a pleasant-taste red wine.
In the Chianti’s area the ground is clayey and stony, and it is useful for producing award winning wines such as “Chianti Classico”, “Brunello di Montalcino”, “Sassicaia” and other award-winning wines as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah.
The climate, ground and altitude, create a perfect balance to be born grow quality grapes and producing fine wines and exceptional quality. They are suitable only to the hilly not exceeding 700 meters and they are banned all forced irrigation practices (allowed only aid irrigation).
What a better opportunity to visit San Gimignano’s town, between Florence and Siena. It is a rich and history-art city, organized to welcome tourists from all over the world, with famous restaurants, wineries for tasting wine, book, chocolate, pottery shops, coffee shops and museums.