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Marchese Antinori Vinsanto del Chianti Classico DOC 2013 (0,5 L)

sweet

Winery Antinori
Country Italy
Region Tuscany
Type Dessert wine
Alcohol 14 %
Acid 6,25 g/L
Residual sugar 77,5g/L
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Art.-Nr. IT-DP-0008-13
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Description


A dessert wine bright yellow in colour with amber hues. Generous, complex aromas with hints of honey and dried fruit. A well-structured, pleasantly sweet and lingering flavour.
Vinsanto, also known as vino santo, has been made in Tuscany since at least medieval times, and was probably named `holy wine` because of its use during the Mass. Antinori has been making vinsanto for centuries, but introduced the Vinsanto Tenute Marchese Antinori label with the 1987 vintage.

The grapes, which are exclusively from the three Antinori estates in Chianti Classico, are carefully selected and picked at various times during the harvest. Those picked during the earlier part of the harvest have higher acidity, while those picked later have a higher sugar content, ensuring a correct balance between sugar and acidity at the end of vinification.Once picked, the grapes are spread by hand on special straw mats in the appassitoio, a large, airy loft situated on the estate of Tignanello, and left to dry until the end of December, when they are pressed. The must is then transferred into traditional small, 50-200 liter oak casks known as caratelli, where a long, slow alcoholic fermentation takes place, which is interrupted when the wine reaches at 15/16 %vol. The wine then ages in the caratelli for about 3 years, undergoes a very light filtration, and is bottled.`A dessert wine bright yellow in colour with amber hues. Generous, complex aromas with hints of honey and dried fruit. A well-structured, pleasantly sweet and lingering flavour.
Vinsanto, also known as vino santo, has been made in Tuscany since at least medieval times, and was probably named `holy wine` because of its use during the Mass. Antinori has been making vinsanto for centuries, but introduced the Vinsanto Tenute Marchese Antinori label with the 1987 vintage.

The grapes, which are exclusively from the three Antinori estates in Chianti Classico, are carefully selected and picked at various times during the harvest. Those picked during the earlier part of the harvest have higher acidity, while those picked later have a higher sugar content, ensuring a correct balance between sugar and acidity at the end of vinification.Once picked, the grapes are spread by hand on special straw mats in the appassitoio, a large, airy loft situated on the estate of Tignanello, and left to dry until the end of December, when they are pressed. The must is then transferred into traditional small, 50-200 liter oak casks known as caratelli, where a long, slow alcoholic fermentation takes place, which is interrupted when the wine reaches at 15/16 %vol. The wine then ages in the caratelli for about 3 years, undergoes a very light filtration, and is bottled.

Expertise | Marchese Antinori Vinsanto del Chianti Classico DOC 2013 (0,5 L)

Art.-Nr.: IT-DP-0008-13

Manufacturer
Antinori
Country
Italy
Region
Tuscany
Vintage
2013
Type
Dessert wine
Grape variety
Trebbiano, Malvasia
Quality
DOC
Classification
Classico
Alcohol
14 %
Acid
6,25 g/L
Residual sugar
77,5g/L
Closure Type
Cork
Size
0,5 L
goes well with
Passt herrlich zu allen Arten von Dessert.
package size
6

enjoy at 5°C, stock 10 - 15 years from vintage

Distributor: MARCHESI ANTINORI S.p.A., 50123 Firenze, Italien | Allergens: contains sulphites | Description/Ingredients: alcoholic beverage (dessert wine)

Winery | Antinori

For more than 600 years - spanning 26 generations - the Antinori family has produced exceptional wines that proudly celebrate its Tuscan and Umbrian roots.
With vineyards planted in Italy's most prestigious areas - Chianti Classico, Bolgheri, Montalcino, Montepulciano and Orvieto - Antinori stands as a leader among Europe's finest winegrowers. From generation to generation, no other family of winemakers has achieved such consistent excellence.

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