Chianti Classico DOCG “Pèppoli”, Antinori, 2015
- Pèppoli was first marketed in 1988 with the initial vintage, the 1985, and represents a wine which is both complex and well structured but with much fruit and aromatic fragrance as well. It is produced at the estate of the same name, and since the year 2013 a part of the crop is fermented at the Antinori Chianti Classico cellars at Bargino.
- Ruby red in color with purple highlights, the wine shows intensely fruity notes of cherries and red currants on the nose which fuse very well with the typical sensations of violets which characterize Chianti Classico. Very delicate and quite well integrated the smoky sensations created by the oak aging.
The palate is savory with a tasty vein of acidity together with silky and polished tannins.
Chianti Classico DOCG Riserva, Villa Antinori, 2013
An intense ruby red in color, Villa Antinori 2013 shows aromas of red fruit well amalgamated with spicy and balsamic notes. The palate is ample and enveloping and features firm and supple tannins. The wine is very persistent and the aftertaste brings back the notes first felt on the nose.
Villa Antinori Toscana Bianco IGT, 2017
- Villa Antinori Bianco was produced for the first time in 1931 by Niccolò Antinori and since that date the label has remained virtually unaltered, as has the production philosophy, one which aims at the achievement of a strongly Tuscan character in the wine.
- A straw yellow with greenish highlights in color, the wine shows elegant and subtle floral aromas with notes of citrus fruit. The taste is balanced with a fine persistence on the mineral-laced finish.