80% Sangiovese, 15%, Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon

The company's vineyards, which range from 280 to 480 metres above sea level, produce the grapes destined for the Brolio vintage: these soils are also very different from one another but all have in common the richness of their skeleton, a characteristic that enhances the structure of the vintage Chianti Classico.

The 2018 vintage was a complex one, due to the climate trend tending to be wetter than the average of the past, but with excellent summer temperatures and a very dry period that characterised the months of September and October. In fact, thanks to the good water reserves of the soil, the plants never showed any water stress and consequently the ripening process took place regularly. The quality of the grapes is of a high level, which bodes well for high quality.

Brilliant ruby red colour. The nose has hints of small red fruit, iris flowers and violet. In the mouth it is elegant, with velvety tannins and well integrated with the acidity. Persistent finish, expression of the territory of Brolio.