Castello di Querceto was built in Roman time. It is located near Greve, in the heart of the Chianti Classico area of Tuscany. Its land extends over 190 hectares of vineyards, olive, oak and chestnut trees.
This classically presented Italian red wine is a blend of 92% Sangiovese and 8% Canaiolo grapes. This vines are grown at around 500 metres altitude and they are between 10 and 30 years old.
The wine is aged in oak barriques for 8-10 months and then gven a further three months in bottle before release. It is medium-bodied with soft tannins and ripe red and black fruit flavours.
A prefect partner to most foods, it partners beautifully with pizza and pasta. Alternatively serve slightly chilled and enjoy by itself on a sunny terrace.