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The Chianti area is one of the most famous in the world, where wines of international prestige are born. The biological vocation of these lands is testified by a series of very thick cellars that in 2016 founded the Biodistretto del Chianti which aims to promote organic agriculture and all those good practices aimed at respecting, as much as possible, the territory and the environment.
Buondonno Winery was one of the first 20 Tuscan companies to receive organic certification in 1989 and since then all its production follows this specification guaranteeing the most natural products possible and expression of the terroir.
Rosso Buondonno 2018 is produced with Sangiovese and a small percentage of Canaiolo, coming from the younger vines and worked in order to preserve its freshness and quality.
An easy-to-drink red, fresh and with a persistent finish that is not invasive.
One of those wines to always keep on the table, which does not tire and can be tasted without thoughts.
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Floreale con richiami di frutta a polpa rossa.
Asciutto e scorrevole. Buona la persistenza.
Carne e salumi sono ottimi abbinamenti.
|VINES||10% Canaiolo Nero, Merlot, 90% Sangiovese, Syrah|
|TRAINING SYSTEM||Guyot e Cordone speronato.|
|FORMAT||0,75 L Standard|
|CLASSIFICATION||IGT Toscano o Toscana|
|LOCATION||Castellina in Chianti (SI)|
|GROUND||Argillo-calcareo con abbondante scheletro pietroso.|
|REFINEMENT||Parte in in botti di rovere di più passaggi e parte in tini in cemento dove svolge anche la fermentazione malolattica. Sosta in bottiglia di 3 mesi minimo.|
|PLANTS FOR HECTARE||5000|
|WINEMAKING||Fermentazione spontanea con breve macerazione sulle bucce in tini di cemento e acciaio per 12/15 giorni con ripetuti rimontaggi e follature.|
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Address: Loc. La Piazza, 37 - Castellina in Chianti (SI)
Web Site: www.buondonno.com
The farm appears clearly in the maps drafted by the Guelph Faction Captains in 1549, in which it is marked as "the place of Lionardo Buonarroti", nephew of Michelangelo. Looking at the correspondence between the nephew and his 74-year-old uncle, at the time resident in Rome, we learned that the farm at Casavecchia was bought by Michelangelo himself, and that the wine produced in this area was already renowned at that time: "I would rather have two barrels of Trebbiano than eight shirts", wrote Michelangelo to Lionardo, arguing that he would have liked to bring some of the wine as a gift to the Pope. The two of us, Gabriele and Valeria, fresh graduates in Naples with a great craving for agriculture, resolved on purchasing the farm in 1988. Since then, with commitment and perseverance, we grew increasingly devoted to viticulture, giving birth to a small farm strictly based on the principles of Organic Agriculture. A place in which to make quality wines, while giving our customers a unique chance to spend their holidays in direct contact with nature. Since the very beginning of our activity, we soon became inclined towards Organic Agriculture, because it seemed, and in fact still seems to date, as the best way to operate within the natural environment, on the tip of our toes, trying to alter its balance as little as possible. Since 1989, we have been enrolled in the Coordination of Tuscan Organic Producers (www.ctpb.it) with the registration number 17, becoming part of one of the first organic producers associations to be born in Italy. In 1995, together with a group of small Tuscan and Piedmontese organic farms, we founded the association Trimillii - Amici viticoltori di Piemonte e Toscana, which then became a consortium through which we took part in numerous exhibitions and trade fairs, experimenting with new forms of promotion and collaboration up until 2013. In 2016, along with various winemakers and operators involved in the environmental protection of the Chianti area, we founded the Biodistretto del Chianti, which aims to promote organic farming along with all those good practices aimed at respecting the territory and the environment as much as possible.