Barone RicasoliCasalferro 2015Product code: 4432
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Intense ruby red in color. Black nuts, vanilla and spices on the nose. Elegant and velvety tannins ensure a long, persistent and enveloping finish.
About the Winery
Located in Brolio, the Barone Ricasoli Wine Estate is located across 240 hectares that have witnessed the planting of vines since 1141. That’s over a 1000-year wine-producing history that we are talking about! Today, if you want to taste the rich and authentic Tuscany Chinati Classico wines in their purest forms, you have to drink the wines created at Barone Ricasoli.
Brolio, found in the Chianti area Classic, is known for its strategic location, climate, diverse soil qualities and rich terroirs. You might be surprised to know that this region contains over 19 different soil qualities. These soil types are categorised into five unique areas that are geologically far different from each other.
Located in hilly areas, the vineyards of Ricasoli can be found at an average altitude of around 200 to 500m above sea level. Since they face the southwest region, they experience a continental climate with very hot and dry summers all through the year. Sangiovese is the main grape varietal produced here, as the natural climatic conditions and terroirs are great for producing this fruit. Within a single territory (Brolio),Barone Ricasoli produces many types of unique and elegant wines, which bear testimony to the richness of the terroirs here.
The vineyards of Barone Ricasoli are located across these five regions:
Macigno Del Chianti, Casalferro Vineyard – Sangiovese, Merlot, Chardonnnay are grown on the Arenarie soils here
Tuscan Scaglia – Sangiovese is grown on the Argillite di Brolio soils here
Monte Morello, Colledila Vineyard – Alberese soils known for their clay content here are ideal for growing Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot
Marine Deposits, Roncicone Vineyard – Pliocene sandy soils known for their mineral, stone and organic matter content are ideal for growing Sangiovese
Ancient River Terrace, CeniPrimo Vineyard – Known for its Pliocene – Pleistocene silty soils, this region is known for its Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese varietals.