Judean Hills...Whole Cluster fermentation expresses an old and venerable winemaking technique, before the introduction of destemming equipment, where the grapes were fermented whole, with their stems. Grapes sourced from a single vineyard in the Judean Hills, fermented with their own stems for 3 weeks, then pressed gently and continued to age in French oak barrels for 15 months. Before bottling the wine was coarsely filtered, exhibiting a wine with minimal intervention- an authentic representation of variety, terroir and ancient winemaking technique.
This traditional Chianti hails from the Siena area of Tuscany. A brilliant ruby red color, the smooth, full-bodied, and fresh wine welcomes with intense aroma, and scents of violet. Ready to drink, accompanying sauces and red meat.