Chianti doesn't get enough credit. The better producers consistently make wines that are great values especially in the great vintages. And, 2016 is a great vintage. Deep ruby in color. The nose has nice cherries, with wet tea leaves and dust. On the palate, nice cherry fruit layered with some forest floor qualities. Great acidity. Long finish. This is a perfect wine to pair with pizza or pasta. It should be drunk in the next five to seven years, but it will probably still make good drinking in ten years. A great value at around $10!
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