Chianti DOCG Borgo Antico

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Borgo Antico Chianti is made from grapes grown on the hills around Florence and Siena in the heart of Tuscany. It is typically tangy, fresh and enjoyable. It is ruby red in color with ripe fruity aromas and a fresh and round finish. It is ideal with cold cut meats, cheese, pasta and roasted white meats.

Chianti is the classic red wine for Italian food and Italian restaurants. It pairs well with most popular Italian dishes – even fish! The Borgo Antico (“Old Village”) is a fine example of Chianti from one of the top producers in Tuscany.

Cantina Bonacchi, founded in 1965, is a family owned winery that is situated in the heart of the Montalbano Hills, that lie between the towns of Florence and Pistoia in Tuscany, Italy. They have been making fine Tuscan wines for 3 generations. They also vinify grapes grown under their supervision in other regions of Italy. The family owns 40 hectares of vineyards in the Chianti Montalbano and Chianti Classico Gallo Nero as well as 10 hectares divided between Brunello DOCG, Rosso di Montalcino DOC and the Sant'Antino DOC, and 15 hectares from Montecucco DOC vines. Their Brunellos win many awards and score highly in wine ratings. Bonacchi's combined production comprises 60,000 HL stored in barrels, barriques, oak tonnaux and modern steel tanks. Cantina Bonacchi is ISO9001, IFS and BRC; certified organic production.

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