Don Tommaso Chianti Classico, “Gran Selezione” starting from 2010 vintage, showcases the natural potential of a blend of Sangiovese and Merlot, enriched with French oak aging in barriques. Its modern and international style remains solidly anchored to the territory. Fruity, deep, and complex, it is a soft, intense, and big wine to drink.
Villa le Corti
2015: 95 pts Falstaff, 93 pts James Suckling, Silver Medal Mundus Vini, 92 pts Wein Plus, 93 pts Robert Parker - Wine Advocate, 3 viti e mezzo Vitae, 4 grappoli Bibenda, 93 pts Michael Apstein, 92 pts Andreas Larsson
2014: 93 pts James Suckling; 91 pts Wine Advocate; 93 pts Decanter
2013: 95 pts James Suckling; 94 pts Robert Parker - Wine Advocate; 91 pts Wine Spectator 90 pts Decanter
2012: 90 pts - Wine Advocate 92 pts - Falstaff
2011: 93 pts- James Suckling
2010: 90 pts - Falstaff; 95 pts - James Suckling
The grapes ferment at controlled temperature of 32° C for a period of 16 days.
Number of bottles produced:
15 months, in new French oak barriques