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Tenuta di Lilliano Chianti Classico Riserva 2014

Deep ruby color, tending to garnet with aging. Complex aroma and spiced, the classic chianti reserve. structured and tannic flavor


Expert Year Vote
Gambero Rosso 2013
Veronelli 2013
Bibenda 2013
Wine Advocated 2013 90
James Suckling 2013 3

Vintage 2014

Wine zones 5% Merlot, 95% Sangiovese

Alcol 14.50%

Format 0,75 L Standard

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Type Sangiovese
Classification DOCG Chianti Classico
Temperature 16-18
Decantazione 1 hour
Vinification Selection of grapes in the field; soft crushing with stemming; repeated daily replacement operations, for a minimum of 20 days, with temperatures predominantly comprised between 26 ° and 30 °.
Aging Stop in vitrified cement tanks until completion of malolactic fermentation.
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Produzione annua 0
Harvest N/A
Sistema allevamento N/A
Tecnica produzione N/A
Periodo fermentazione N/A
Affinamento N/A

Address: Località Lilliano, 8, 53011 Castellina in Chianti SI

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Year of starter: 1958

Winemaker: Lorenzo Landi

Produced bottles:

Hectares: 50

The earliest records of Borgo di Lilliano date back to the Middle Ages. It was then a fortified complex comprising the Church of Santa Cristina characteristic single large nave (unusual for the churches of Chianti). The façade, characterized by a alberese well preserved, is original. The imposing building of the farm overlooking the village. The complex was owned by the Marquis of Tuscany, then the Abbey of Poggibonsi and the Hospital of Santa Maria Nuova in Florence. Then it was called the Palace of Santa Maria Nuova in Ligliano. Lilliano has known sieges and destruction during the wars between Siena and Florence due to its location on the border between the territories of two large and quarrelsome republics and its proximity to important strongholds such as Staggia, Castellina in Chianti, Monteriggioni. So, while remaining the clear medieval structure in the topography, the cellars and walls, the architecture is passed, in various phases current eighteenth century appearance. The bottling and marketing of wine was begun in 1958 by Eleonora Princess Ruspoli Berlingieri, whose family bought the estate in 1920. Giulio and Pietro Ruspoli are the current owners.

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