La Torre's vineyards are comprised of clay, marl and calcareous soil, with a large percentage of rocks and stones for good drainage. The vineyards lie at 300 to 400 meters and are 15 years old on average.
Deep ruby red color. Intense vinous bouquet with a beguiling blackberry and violet notes. Round and robust with hints of wild berries, dark cherry and spice. This Chianti has an excellent acidity and a long and satisfying finish.
Pairs well with roasted red and white meats, aged cheeses, dishes with rosemary and garlic or mushrooms.
La Torre farm takes its name from a Medieval tower in the rural village of La Villa, located in the hills of San Gimignano - a small Tuscan town known ...